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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service=-Foregn and Domestic--Furnished


by The Associated Press


i~be


aotfual.
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VOL. VIII. NO 212


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1905.


PRICE, CENTS


ADMIRAL TOGO'S FLAGSHIP


BLOWN UP--599 LIVES LOST


TREASURER OF NEW YORK LIFE


MAKES SENSA TIONA L DISCL OS URE


Bonds Were Sold and Then Bought

SECOND MAINERIISSLIAllNI ENlV23 WERE KILLED BacktoCovere p Company's ;. 43iNEW CASES SOUTH lINllESNONEWI A



DISASTER IN RETURNING AND FIFTY $800,oo000.00 DEAL 3 BINDONE
||'0 U1ITL[ Hi ni nrnH' -. Health Authorities Claim that New Fever Situation in T:hi
JAP W IATE S HOME iUUWUND u Investigating Committee Unearths Orleans Situation Now Prac- Much Brighter Thai
Unsavory Transaction. tically Under Control. Will Send Army of Orators and Some Time.

4AUSED BY I R [E They All Sailed Yestarday on Kai- Clash Between Social Democrats IT REQUIRED OVER AN HOUR OF Exhibitions to Induce Immigra-
ser Wilhelm for St. and Police Results in Big RIGID EXAMINATION ,Y COUN COUNTRY NOT GOOD tion to southern States. EA
Sit Cause of the Fire is Still Petersbnrg. Casualty List. SEL BEFORE INSURANCE CO'S
Mystery.Secial to TheJournal. TREASURER WOUL CoIVE N- Cnditions There Causing More shinon, Sepmberro Was Caused More By
SN vk. ';) 12.l-The Russia By Associated PresM FORMATION DESIRED BY COM- ro- TG in enn, o Carolina, an
,, -" ,,.r. ha,,,- by M Wi-( Tiflis, Sept. 12.-Many sial dmo Worry Than in ity. Judge B. M. Kitrell, representing the han y F er..


ADMI4RAL TOGO WAS NOT 01
GOARO AT THE TIME-WHEN
-'" FLAMES REACHED AFTER MAG
AZINE A FEARFUL EXPLOSION
FOL4.OWED-TOKIO IN GLOOM.

By Associated Prens.
Toklo. Sop* 12-.-The Navy l ,par,
vient announce that the ba: .,-.:l,
N.ikasa was. des;:n)yd by fire and a:.
explosion of the after marga-..,g,
causing a loss af f,99 lives. inc-luaun
detachments from the other ships
that came to the rescue. FPirt' sartc I
from unknown causes Sunday nigh"


,.,, s:.-' .- : c ,'Iied the ;'-, crafts were killed or woun,'-: last
enV ;' "s of Japan .
..; .-' on their r':uri right in a conflict with the pol'!c. anu*


,,Sl P '- ':a ", ; aiing on hi
K a ;.-.,r \ V :. :: .<



HIGHEST BRIDGE


IN WORLD IS


COMPLETED


and before the officers could he res
cue, which explod reached, blowth ng after maa
se which explodedho aier mag a In the Heart of What Was Former-
4 hole in the port side of th< ship and ly the Wilds of Wildest
causing the ship to sink. An invess:
gtiMm i being held as to the cause Africa.
of the Ame.
Te disaster hau capt a clonm or Victor a F;. 's Africa. ?. o' 12.-
Overy one. Th Mikasa was \dmira' aEst br die, ,.v- :he Stai .:, <-i riv'
'T1*o's flapsh:p and was e(nd+ar,l, ,, was fornma:'1 ;. ti !(lay 'n the pres-
4.ne of vi' -.: I t. n b i' .f the Bri'
the hearts of the peoph T..' ship wa< ish A v:',it n. l .'1 ni r- f f the ni'
ish Ass(,U i at* anchor in Sasik) har! r when fir, the 1opentI:n: f;t .. -h He comrniene
*', started at the Iase of the imainmasit on tihe r,.'.arlatll! achieveomnt which
at mitia~ight The fire spnread 'with p< -nit', a ;art: \rave:in. in elec:ri
ret rapidity. exploing h< maa ci rh:od sai',n car 'o( v:st The place
r rapidity e g the m a hch heroic xP](-r,,r had poni
rine an hour after the fire, started 4 i.'liths ,: fruinupes -:,dleav'r to r,.achl
S The ship sank in s''alow wa'er ani This biripge is an,'ther conn ctin)e
It is believed that i (a-n lie repaired I'nk in t he Cape, ) (oa:-o railroad- an,
There are various conjecur current i the hizest t'e le .n 'he w-,rid
ere are ario' onIs .34 f.'t abto\ the river a' lew
as to the cause of the fire. Some a* \aor. and crosses th( gorge at Vie
l-t-bute it to an overcharge of elhckr, toria Fa::.s.
city.
Great relief was felt thromih Japan A H D'/[MBFRTF
when it was learnNel that Anira A.H. ALE T.ERTE
pr was not on board the sh:p a :h, D RETURNS TO CITV
tisae of the fire. lRL U i O I
-%A9M -w a a-


NOTABLE BA4NQULI
FOR WM. J. BRYAN

4HE WAS RECIPIENT OF TE3TI-
MONIAL FROM JEFFERSON
I'k CLUB IN CHICAGO LAST
NIGHT.

Sy Associated Press.
( h!c go. a S '*p; : ,\ i' .n .'V:'
aings Bryan. S.oin 1,to ..' '., a u >r
of the world. was :hl r, .;t.n: ,': a
tablee testimni f t he banques: giveu In I. : -, .,, r i
fte Jefferson Ciui, A ia'- o :un.It I
Wff we,' known d+mo, na:.s were p;:,-

NUMBER OF ARRESTS
FOR BREAKING QUARANTINE.
Tbc quara::" o,-ffi, :: r
Ga the dae r, i-. f: :'',s'ei f
Or ftve p -o'o : c ":z'n- "w ..i a:-'
stharg, . v a', qu .r-

Mos- 1... ;a" ':-- "' -.r -
sit :iI an-.. .. : a *t, :
atte'uati, a'.-n -.',, -- :.
-o f : a
cit, as T.:. -. :n '


tainei


'WAS STOPPED A NUMBER OF'
TIMES IN ALASAMA, AND
FINALLY RETURNS TO
TENNESSEE.

Aft-r spending over a week in an
effor' to '-each Pensacola. AIlnerma'i
A 11. Ii Aenemi r:e. who left here a
few (1da s pr:or to the ou4.tbreak '.1
1.lw fcvwr, nre:urneid ye--teriay a'-
'-itn.n The ;roni,:es of Mr D Al\'nl
In rtc, a:; occurred in ti:e stat- of A a-
S a ma. wh,' ;- a-ml gu-lards are on
; n- an, alhoigh he was on is r'
:'.rn. ,:i ; r<.- f .i to allow him *r)
pIa-s "r',, n he .'ate.
IMT I) Ai-'.i(er'e Ift e cih, y :* a-
(',:n;,ai l Mrs D'A'eaimbente an ;:,. r
,ia'l.eter to Tenne see for t-he benh:i
,of t' fo me-'s hra!'h. He had l
s >n.: reached thtre than he iear-, ,
of lo- prel aence of yol!'ow fever he:'.
H,- !:nr! :ea:tely 'Sar:' for homo. I.-
-irinz to '1 heri- to end every p is-,
Io a- .-a' c.(- ani had -ca,-rh i w.;n:n
a shor' d: inc cf B.r:nn l.an- ' -
hP wa st o;p' \' xa' 'o'-s d,. n' -
had pr.-':o;is:v ,,-,urroj ,;n-'i '.p r .,
'i : l th '-.- a r i ,, : r z. -
(', ';. ", can: ,. h w."-i'l- new -
:" ", o ;T."v .- oer t:ov ",

i r' c i :z .":- N .

H-;" o .i)- r. h a"s:-. s -ar, r a rn
s : ;: 77> !: ',.h ,: .' :,! ":.a, h,, pa ;i .


-- : Alnc'r:,,a 'ay


Bad Breach May Follow

Rcassembling of Delegates


By Associated Press.


of ihe :"o -:s.


Wockh.:.n:. S" :- T-. ...- ,a ,- ', 'he :,ne of "*:e Norwecian paper
of Norway and Saeln. ap;n:,'e-.1 "< *"lay :s vero threateningg and is es-
discuss the di~s-tu:.on of :he .n ot:t ;, -cia!yr signifleen following yester I
will reassemble a: Kars:baa. Sw,- i,> r. an vs ne- t:ne ,iof the Norwegian do:'
morrow. If. as it !'.as b,-en 'l,-:ar,,t a'.>- I: is recognized that a breach
the Swedish vr,-t:n.:- s n('di;..n.,n t ay fo'low the reassembling of the
are unalterab :ht 'oui'cotn- apptarm 0 :o d. legates and the Swedish authorities.
dpead on the Norwegian accep:anc are prepared for such an eventuality


cossacks. According to an official ac-
count the crowd roughly handled the
commissary of police, whereupon a
third company of the Poltava regiment
was s humoned.
Sht; were fired upon the eossackt
and police and the fire was returned
Thie official fig:;r-es gives the casulities


New York, Sept. 12.-The selling of
eight, hundred thousand dollars In
bonds one day and buying them back
the next business day, a holiday in-
tervening, in order to keep within th-
statements made In the New xork
Life Insurance Company's report to


B


ES


DEATH


s City Is
n for



DLER


ExpoM


governor or Texas, passed throusa
Washington to-day, en route to Con-,
,USINESS SHOWS SOME IM n Hampsy,re. Next week tDR. PORTER TALKS VEWRY
oord, New Hampsh'ire. Next week!
PROVEMENT AND CERTAIN RE- they will make a number of speeches FULLY AND SAYS CO0MD0910
TRICTIONS ON FREIGHT AND uin New Hampshire, Vermont and IS SATI8FACTORY--WiLL. 0 TO
Massachusetts, where county fairs are
EXPRESS HAVE BEEN M-ODIFIELt being held. Later they will be joined FLOMATON TO-DAY TO A.
-ONLY SEVEN NEW CASES IN by others representing governors of RANGE FOR DETENTION CAMP
southern states.
9PD I. l l.. .... .. 'w 1."h .. c It, THERE.


u ~3 illO Lu a.. fifltl wouuuuWu. -.rnndn* nThe So utnern ract uuas sent sxu
sullprintendnt of insurance, was8 th carloads of agricultural products of
CRUS D UND R thsensat.al disclosure made to day t PrTexas, Lousiana, North Carolina and, _-_._--.-. ----:_---
atinthe s'onl of the legislative investo- -statestohepBy Associated Pre other southern states to he placed on

i CAR IRON RAILS t'-s drawn from Enn .-- ; Asummary of the fever sit.
CNEngiand, where the orators speak. : A su mmarypolatht israt.*
SI R IL D.Randolph, treasurer of the N New Orleans. Sept. 12.-The The object of the speakers is to y follows
York Lli.e louance Company, late report otl inc fver situation at create interest in the farming possi-. New cases, none; total to
to-day aft.r Attorney Hughes, of 6 p. m. toda ,as as follows: hbiliiies ot the south and encourage- dat. 37.
SUPERINTENDENT MORRIS OF counsel for lie committee, had labor- N.;v cases, ;; total to a'ate 'emigrants to go to that section. ths, 1 total to date, 7.
ed for over an hour to get a direct e t 2,*370. on Deths, total to ate, 7. -4
VALOSTA, GA., IS VICTM answer from Mr. Randolpb to the di- Death-, 3; total 319. Oases under treatment, 14. ;
rect question. @ New foci 12. 3 DEATHScAhN
OF HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. The Inquiry had dragged through a Cases under treatment 314; *? r, ,
mass of figures during almost the en- cases discharged 1,737. S! NFW CAS[S .
tire day, but it was not until near the *8N W C S The yellow fever gituatton last night
By Associated Press. time for the evening ending of the *-6. -2-4 .:.**ff at 10 o'clock showed nmuchla nip ht
Valdosta, Ga.. Sept. 12---6uperin- session that this nm l bea O. feature .
nd: J. G Morris, of the Barney w brought A Favorable Aspect. CHOLERA CONINUE TO SPRAO nthe general dltto f the ct
Smi'l (Car C', s mill at Milltown, had The tranmtctl 1 u t. ant_ u o .....
Io)th ts and his left arm crushed Syndicate Bonds, and on interroga- New Orleans, Sept. 12.-Though the IN GERMANY THOUGH PA-oour
ff today under a carload of iron rai'l tion Mr. Randolph showed 'that on death list lid not remain clear today ment among the workers, and Dr.
It is ,aid late today that he cannot re December 31, 1903, $800,000.00 of the local f*,ver situaLion presents a TALITES ARE SMALL. Porter expressed himself as beina
cover. bonds were sold to J. P. Morgan & favorable aspect with tie authorities much pleased with the situation.
Co. and were bought back on the next who are more concerns v,'r contli. There we-e no new cases report4
business (lay. January 2, 1904. tons in tnt, couni-y iinan ; .se here., during the day. One dea:h occurred,
Two Men Drowned. After considerable questioning, Mr. In spite of the fact ;l,. through By Ascated PI5 that of the unknown e-,Idler, who w-s
Tampa. Sept. 12.-A Tribune special Randolph said the bonds were sold so some relaxation of t. -i actions o I-n, ept. 12.-- The officials tlle fond In the woods inear Ferry Pai,
from Fort Myers says P. J. Mc.Nally that in the report to the state super- a part. of the puirii., pigress i tin today announced that eight nev t day previous, and who died al
an, M I>Nuelass. whit- residents of intendent of insurance the New lork stamping out the d ic-are,. in the city as of oholera and three deaths' much from exposure a; from yellow
Fort Denath. were drowned while Life Insurance Company could show has been temporarily clu:ol. it. we reported in the twenty-fout fever. His name could not be learned,
croesine the Cal(wahatchee river that the holdings of bonds were not opinion of the lea: rt :hat to all in- hours en-ding at noon today making as his condition was .such that no lr-
Their boat capsized in midstr-am, an 7 over three millions five hundred thous. tents and purposes the light has been teal of 169 cases and 61 deaths tO telligent replies could be secured from
a:thonih 1,oth were good swimmers and dollars ($3,500.4000.00). A nuim- won. ite. him.
csThere were a number of doubtflI
'hey could no reach the shore. Their ber of other matters were gone ir.to Dr. White and his assistants have GARDEheN TREET DRAIN cases rewere a number o double thl
ladies have been recovereY'. by the investigating committee. for some time felt that the campaign GARDEN GOOD CONDITION. STREET DRAIN cases reported, of t is me within d-
IN GOOD CONDITION.' probable that some of these winl do-


velop yellow fever.
RP The drain or open sewer on Gar- Not YVeow Fever.
den street, known as the "Big ch Two ces whih were reprd
m---^'-- '-- ...SS, aBand which drains a large portion ofthe offIcals a bereg yellow fe .'
the clty, is now in the best condition hae proved others b e. Tyelw fe
Sh that it has been in for many years MsCaprovdy, of Whet Gre.du tree ,
For the past week- a force of over Jim Durns, of West ZaraOus
.00 / 0 -- / / r twenty men, under Capt. J. A. Daw andstre. Bothof thW tleantopf'
ha been at work cleaning out the street. Both ofundby the pha
V^ ^, /1 A/ place, anl the work done Is re etv. no yellow feer
iS Ing much favorbale comment at the e .
le/ %Al iU hands of rhe citizens ano Street Super- Efflolent Work.
intendent Spottswcod, who Is acting Dr. Porter last night express ht U
during the absence of Superintendent self as being highly p eaaed wh f g,
Gingles work being done by hbls sa1islit 'i
The sewer has been cleaned from Drm. Byrd, Hargts, IYAleImberte a'
SPalafox street to the bay and now car- Kennedy, he said, had rendered as.
r2 i ries off all water, which heretofore; able service, and had been gaolottm
L remained there and became stag-! early morning until late a& algioh
l nant, owing to the thick growth of' Drs. Byrd and Hargia anmw allcalr o
T grass and weeds. and whenever they report a sgapleiovs
1 case, Dr. Anderaon, the ageft of tU
SJUDGE BOYKIN JONES State Board of Heakh, imuedlately
JUDGE O YKIS NOW IMPROVING. makes an examination. PF mnd t
and screening oommenoe as soon ae
Si .Tdgr Boykin .Jones, who was! the first report is made, and in thi
st -ir'1 n with y -iow fever sev-eral manner the spread of the di
(;a. sin4.', waa r'epor'e-l yesterday any great extent baa been puevtl.
;fo"-.rnon as being able to leave hisi Situation is BrI h.te
'. I Md to s!t up forea short while I;' Dr. Porter last nigh after sel
I % /,. T.-:s wl be welcome news to tle! oIg the reports of phtclans, s od:
S\ BT llR-111 be wolromp n~ewsto te 'he situation to-nlght is us
\ f:1-ien I of the J ,:'ge. lho a'nx- brighter than it has been for several
c <^ ^^n m, t inqir,-e1bail" '.is so his condition. (lays, and the cases in the infected
t i >x l -that he wi11 he able to districts are decrelsing. We InvestS.
S' / g" ,)n lh, s''' again with=i the gate every case of fever that la re-
'.1 (uirse of a week. ported and! the physicians are re
f'; '*''- porting all ea.ses. When we ar
i a 4;71. ...ee- re doubtful about a caqe a specimen of
.,tai- :*-, **', -" :." wv"ir i ve for the fetI whore the state board cihvw.i .a labl
S- t':. ,. '..i ,i- 'v e h e- fo r n:-'-;ry, !s. and a t.''-- rapbic repo*
*|.alo '.- many h**of," s unon te- am- sent to i1s. In this
i ,,:.. ,n o,,j in the matt.-r of manner w-- keep !fl tr ,Ich with the dl
"a;^ ;-'''.' on '- nE 11 tee^ hut f cd- ttak-uation, aju.i can tll1 within a YeW
lx x- ti l v'r ri- rg short periA d whether or not a patift
I' 1;T ,.,o c l:rIoi- in c on,',ry. w. e;X has y eilow fever."
,, ,,," ,i -' ^i.;, ;: -;,- sh:iow ng sl;ns of im-, The Detention Camp.
40" o. ;r -n ,i: :.n e .c. '-mrs, are not, "To-morrow," conrinue-d the doctV.
a) ,h r ..'- ,, :- ::- g. T'e j-')int o,f' p r:nit,-nn. Saltmar-h anl mr.
.-., .,-, re-s ,~ "- -:.-"";- inf, ';lon is Talulah s,'f ,i'! c -I) Flomarnaon, w-,'re
-- *.- !',- *) "'i- -: .i)ri,:".'-!')n of +h-- -:- : S .r..o n Banks, of t*l
--- - -:1-:---y. -, -x'- "' -art ',r'- :r)ine Ho'pi, n ,-rvice. and together
Sr, ,nz ma s ,o "o rro i ':-''-,r ,p- w ,i:. s',.' a sui:table site for tjo
i :- and a' a e:= Prv ) .'r-:'-,,. d.-.-nti- on arr t. Th!.. we hoic, win
S, n,-'' .: ..---- re; :rr 'a '"'. -' in operation -:uring the matterr p o
/r-s' :i 'n; o-' h ' ta of thi<,- -. an I Surgeon Baa
S/i /~ -ri ,. Th0 r -7trt,,!s at !,, :;-- w1i: have charge (.,f r he camp.
S-- --- !an"y of r:h 't)wrs a a 'Th equ:pm--nt, I undertasa4
I fre'!, an! -xprFs (n o he n o'0,itlor pas, tm e (a he ciTy hi.4 morniv4
Sha i 1 in (.-'ferel cars. for Flomaton, andi nmn wIl, be at
S- -- work t.mor-row erecting the tents sad
Mississippi Summary. placing the cemp ;n condition toI tO
,J Jackson. Miss.. Sept. 13.-The MIs- ceive refugees.'
SHADES OF THE EARLY EXPLORFRS-GRREAT CRACKING ICE BET'-GS' WTIAT A STRANGE EX : 4i'ippi yePlow fever summary roday; Offer of Assistance.
PLORING CARAFT .. as follows. Mi.ss.;3si Cn)l C'., six Dr. John MacDiamond, of DeLaa41
"IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT A PARTY OF BXPLORERS WILL S TART FROM KLONOIKE BY MULES No new infecte-d points have been r.
TO DIS(XCOVR THE NORTH POLE."-NEWS ITEM. pcrjea, in the state. (Continued on Third Pagh)


T H E WEATHER:. .Occason-
a: ,In-,rs an: *nunderstorms
f av -:a, and Thursday; va-
r~a bit. v% ,:, .9


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T HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. page
is always read by nearly ail
the people.


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WILLIAM BARCLAY MAS- unsafest spot for a prolonged residence .
TERSON. hitherto coa- to be found on the co(,ntinent That dis-
vc-niently nicknamed tinction app-nl-d to the Masterson
"Bat" and apparently boy, who were in the full flush of that .:
romantic ar J venturesome period of
taklit Bo ofens when he is addressed life which regards conventional living
by that euphonious makeshift, has W
achieved fre,-h notoriety on account o
his recent appoinrnent as a deputy L
United Stat-s marshal for the southern
district of New York. In addition to
the inl-er-st which it attached to Mas-
tersor.n's unique, personality. there is the ,
further distiiclion that his appoint- 7
meat was at th presidvnt, who conft-ses to a liking for ,:
the trstshile.-"hadmnan." : "
Mr. Roosevt's f friendship for this
good "bad man" dates from the time -
wh-n the pni ut. was an amateur \
ranchmr-.n. He was an observer at first
hand of some of Matefron's unheaitat-
Ing me-thodl., and they appealed to him.
He made a study of the man, and he
beamne convinc-d that the good in him
war. largely in the ascendant. Once T
committed to tluhat view of the case, ..
Mr. Roopevelt paid little attention to ,
the reports in active circulation, which
were somewhat damaging to his
friend's reputation as a law abiding cit- :
tzen. About a year ago Masterson went O v .. I
to WafthWton at the solicitation of the TolieIT
president and for a week or more had OP ...
dialy visits with his patron. The old :
days to the west were recalled, and the
president's g(ood opir.ion of the n:tn
:fft.red no diminutLin. He evidently I
!.adc up hi.- mind a: that time to d, 4 I j
.-om#0thing substantal for "-i't" when- '
ev4r tht opportunity -h.ull offer.
There are few mn(, better known in ,
th,, west than "lnt" teron. His ,,'X
Ipublicity is ,o. a par % ith that of lIuf-
falo Hill. Muth has be.'n printed con-;
curniig him in the daUy press and
sporting jouralm. Some of It s the
truth, but mort of it i. tinctured with
tHi. romance which seen to be in- Y 1
-.arabh,. from the- lives of those who J
violate, th. moral code for the sake of
nrllity. Mastersoi has spopnt the
greater part of hls mature life in a law-
l"s community in which drastic meas-
une have affordt]d the only possible
safettard acaitast votnce. It has "
betsi his afficc in the chaos of disorder,
to establis. a tIslt. In the accomplish-
ment of that heroic purpose he has un-
doubtedly be" a trtemeadous success,
lNeputy Marshal Masterson is a ra-
tive of Chicago and is about flfty years -I r
of are. 1WVh broth4.-s, Edward and James, at.-nded Ce fr lMe w. -
the Douslas High schx,. and they all
wereo grmaduatd from that institution.I
They w-,nt westward in the early ,v- with absolute disgust. They were look- Although he was but nineteen years
entles to *k th-ir fortunes and stop-, ing for trouble. aind they were not l-g of a;- "HK.C" ol-ie'i.ron haid .;hown such
ped at ] "oge City. Kan.. which at th:it, in finding it. l'.,n J;n. and kElw:;rd apti;udle for the ipo.-itiun th.:%t the so
time was tho limit of civiliatUon. The! met with speedy dis.aster; both of th-m called law abiding clii,, nt of the grow-
camp hnd the reputation of being t.ei were shot dead in a battk wih t utiaws. in,' town choso hi'n for city marshal


-hearts. It was an unheard of position! called upon the marauders to disperse,
for a boy of nineteen. His patrons, the To convince them of his sincerity he
alleged law abiding citizens, were the shot two of them without ceremony.
saloon nmen and gamblers of the town. This preliminary argument, although
and the lawless element, those who lamentably forcible, was effectual.
were to be co'rrei, consisted. of the Masterson served as Dod ge's marshal
... men upon whom his patrons fattened, until the town became humdrum on
account of the diversion of the cattle
trade into other channels. Under his
protection the town became a safe ha-
ven for that branch of the sporting
fraternity yelept "re-pectable," and
the outlaws were not permitted to in-
*terfere with the saloons and gambling
houses. .n.18SI "Bat" badveta ewell to
\B Dodse City, which had degnerated
into a stupid andti .e, l,,1.,g agrti-
cultural cener, and sought the freer at-
Smosphere and less restricted social en-


w- - -


-CI


PLUCKY ENDURACE OF
THE HUNTERR ARTIST."

The out reprements H Parp at his
self Inflicted task of st"din gUpriht
in a bottle shaped glass cabl at for
eight days without food or 4waer. This
feat of endurance was performed for
exhibition purpees at the Crystal pal-
ace at Lelpsic and attracted much at-
tention from the curious of all clasm


\V\ .^S ^ ^ //^\ i/tI vir*onm ent to be found on the frontier. a.
01 For several years he lived the nomadic .
Sexistt-ncc known to the cowboy. He
M^ l^ ' ranch life by an Incursion Into thea
h aunts of civilization. On one occasion
I { lie made a visit rather more prolonged
than usual in Denver and was appoint-
ed a deputy marshal. I) never was no
place for a genuine "bad man." and he
soon wearied of its goodness.
In the fall of 1893 Masterson went to
Doneel t as l a t e r tu Ml t w Non e York at the request of Thomas
Spon f eATr %41 Mi MOl Ityrnes, then superintendent of police.
.t'hei:: ''. +., I 't I atIt had been reported to the superin-
l !n tenh ut that a prominent itiz enl was
h bt-in a shadowed by an unknown indi-
vidual who evidently me.nt to ,o him
harm. Mastrson was u-mployed to s,-e
that thior may.tcrious enr.emy rshofld not
ho able to accomplish his design. At
,to rthai t time "Bat" was descri. l ,,y *Su-
I Irintrnt t IVlylrws -s a person who
-,uli not be afraid to shoot a man on
,rIwV d Br-,atlway and who would b "
c. rtain to hit the right mlan.g Herr Papsts in adshimself a "hanger
ds i t a.on folilow'd the unknown fr !Ightartist" and seems to regard his curiaus
4 'dinmths,. bwhen he turned out t. he a profeasion with -;,-rat r, spect. It lb ov-
eh)rlnati. Sinm e then "ostt" i:ts pent dent that the most trying feature of
lss coo |.h ,admueh of him time in N.,w York, and his the act is the continuous standing pos-
;ursMion6 ivife and children side three. Ilie has ture. That would t N a task whitI
iOr pcVkeW an ud i, n employ( in varlous capacities, would tax the .,lrurane o(f the Ptr.n-
MA o:,;.tly at the racte tracks as a "deter- ger n wan even it the fasting wierv omit-
rent" for tho:e who are not disposed to t,,d. err Papu. s.e'n.-A to suffer no
phyv a fair .gane. 1 ern! ,itent physical Inconvenience. for
Th, new dt-puty marshal is a mild t,, has repeated the act several times
Dodge City was already the great dis- Young Masterson was equal to the nmann,rcd, soft voiced and unusually and expects to continue it as hatg as It
tributing point for the cattle trade in fa.,k. Ile gathered about hlim as as- wtll dres.4od man. Ile is absolutely fre, is profitable
the southwest. It was then a strag-} ;istants a select press of some of the from a;y pocultarity of person that t
gling camp of 10,000 persons. and the'most fa;rl- ss and daredevil c itrActer.-. ;woul'l proclam him a "bad man." He
law%,:,ss elehm-nt ruled supr, me. The in the N\-rst and announced that he was is of m.dilumi height and wei-ht end ELECTRICITY FROM WATINIFALLS
youthful marshal's position dprnded rnady fr busine .s. Alone he called on iaq th, appearance tof a prosp,.rous It is one thing to utilize the force of
on his capacity to shoot and his ability the tough -st offend-r:i in the camp ,:lnd : iI'ofls: i"1.0l man. HIt os extremnily ut- water for gvnerntlng electricity. as has
to convince those who merited shoot- nthiefi therr politely, but firmly, thntt1fable and us.cs well chos,,n expr,-=sions ben done at NIagara Ctlls, biut It Is
ing that he had the courage and the h-r( iftcr there must ho no unnecessary (-,,tirely free from :slang. 11[, is re- .e\evvral steps in advance of thin idef to
disposition to un,lrrtakethe.dIIy. Sev- shooihg in the saloons and gambling: oulted to be abstaminus in his hait, ;irest produce the falls nrtd then make
eral of his pretdece.-sors, .ome of whom houses and ,les indiscriminate pistol i'1nd punc:,ilious in his sOl,:W life.1 '. e of the power. At Helena. Mont..
al b, on "ulre 'nough had in ,' had' prctce in th, stre .t.~s. He was laus1h- has hosts of friends, an(d those who there I a prt 'ipieo 500 feet high. to
Lafi bt(-n '%-re cnou h ))ad wn," hapw. hiepbin !,,,re-trc,(.t ou1theefeet igh.nt
ea"n- to grief at the hands of theo reck- ed at, and the wild orgy proce'ded'. w fim beAt are, most outspokn inwhlch the water of several streams Is
los~s cowboys v.ho made lwriodieal in- Masterson and his aids appeared in the; thl ir admiration. Ilia future career It-d in flumies, antl a power house of
cursions into Dodge City with money In ni(l. t of a crowd of rioters engagd inI will be a matter of Interest. 1.000 horselx)wer la to be erected at the
their pockets and murder in their looting a not.d resort. anI the marshal CHANNING A,. ;.RTOW'. foot.


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The latest e axirIn terladons th OU
\ ~~~~strength andmoepriurl ilbtwnawetlradafreb
\ : the stage nam ftesrn a h et h iiu nml
1 .. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~fails to throw tebateeytm emksteatmt ede
L- the /ull to ak an onlugt but tk th ur mose he
A1brawny arms adfre i otegonrlighmoe ~ea
'Itration. Here it 'was that John Ha : ild it e ot f m e t | e"e u. ,!aafla tor. au .enY
*.nek. the fi-t governor ictr d by the T i t apparent es. It I hich that fos aurelte h acc f
Ther n! Tic innnurntd. eswfan: pulmivenIe oan te ly h t, her tel dain g i. o t wrestler co
-ur has c v rwa t." ,u ... .site thrill
/ utlita ian uryoo.- It is In-w ust -
thoe 1Dvon.-hire stret-t sta!:on tf th, if
E :-tnort tunnel. h upr --LN HARARVOUIAYRU
p. vt of it. how c r. -intains i a 1 e- The longest h hd
oineo e ... '" ; t-_.hof thew l stn Historl. A 0 o-o
Th o e ,t eeo..h v en o p-_ ,, l~:" ..i:...w.. >.. ..o ix u ato s an, -.- P ~ n~r n r U I/F F AM



S "The picture eIlustrate the manner In which the mounted Cossacks of th the e s
X. -L p or "',





.,. -,Icto 1. c arre guardatt.mtof m.o?.ulll t rn*rs f iu. the .. poor. utcra d s haee name t the tron M an whoeH e et the r a i l n r v l on r
/- LAeGEST TUJRBleINE EVER MADE. St. Plstersburg.d to original knout consistediof ttaso rsf hide intertinhed att. om doIf
Tacut ryadfrcetur-h o euith wire, and 100 strokes roore equivalent to deth. Tnits barbaric weapon w s reet her hairil e a
n i ler t actual Juo hn-. lTshod by the first efholts, and the present knout, w ch amounts to a -t eight ina t a ud e
The wo.,en in te picture n e nalivesiof n o oftheSa bullfiShd illkout lash of spl cialoy hardened hidc, nath substeijtu In the days of serfor she can coml e tr
"sthis means of puishmnt was in common ti-% rut it eems that the Cossaks She has it cthrill.
lift. 'Z x% tztrta-. It !s ri us te n,! in Tuur has bu C o- toll cling to it. These same Cossacks. by the way. ve suff-red a tremendous grows quick ha
and the-wom of t hci! Ir'strict have ,Norn tuussrs f-.vei inemorial. 'I i t.Tho loss of prestige sinc- their rather feeble sho in;, in the Ru!so-Japanese war. alert every mor th.
rnen of h'n-.'-o:y arne known to to -b e th''" ct :n tHo rtA; ulRliV. TINAill someU-
times itcotpt e-r h, ',. ,ant as n tuide, Thut nlnme-stharnr 'Shtoat "tadr11TtoOhe;r taste.
The w'om.en. thercfhpi. have been oblur!e-t .+u:ateuithore(o(mnr nInions.handIED OVE TE RIVER NEth
they havq becn c'v%-r 11,nOUgh to fit f,,et [:t ::uaig SinceIC BRDEO RTH RVRNVA
these ema/ /"a *.. / m ren of Ch/ipery tale I ,"gtc;-!-h uts hr1trthe avo- r
nations a, ,,raw:.r s odir, uneti-de of mtsaullwnn .y. they hivo con h aeansttp further and 4.
proabred themselves \Aeithichert L.aierwood pires and chamois skin tobacco
pouch dd


^.. "

... ".'-s.-.'.;


i a trial oed
>ull. Ursu
nd he never
ot wait for
head In his
vanquished
es in Paris.
rom the re*
furnlsh the

MIAN AUw
e flores la
utbreak In
tim Gorky,
- have been
nd. Gorky
ng a mem*
nmlttee ej
I readins


i


to assume the relns of government anM
to carry on all Its functions until a bet-
ter system should be fortheomrait
Gorky Is the son of poor nmehanle of
Nijni NNovgorod, and kb woO early
career wa on*e of constant strugte.
His poverty s so usihlng that he
once attempt to commit uicide.
Fae and proserity Wu et lat. but
Gorky has devoted htsmelf to the
spread of protest against existing con-
ditions, and as a consequence he hi in
stranger to Muscovite prbton Moe.


The picture represents a seerne which is common enough during the long Rustsian water at the eapihal. St. Pe-
tersburg is situated at the delta of the Neva, covering both banks of that stream an occupyingl the islands that
are formed by its branches. Besides this, numerous canals have been constructed, and the city has been called not in-
aptly "the frozen Venice of the north." All these water courses are provided with substantial bsrWes, but during the
long and severe winter season nature supplies ice roadways which are so popular that the artifletal means of cross-
Ing from the iplands to the mainland and back again are practically abandoned. For several months each year the
Neva becomes the most frequented thoroutaffpre in the city. and it is divided into streets, spome of which are bordered
with bazaars and places of amusement of various descriptions.


ter passing through it per minute is
The cut shows a group of Euss:i:n ]e.isa.nt s crossing the Dvortsovaria quay 400,000 gallons. The weight of the en-
Io St. Pvt-rshurir. '-.t..v have come into town early in the day from some out- tire apparatus i. 361.000 pounds. The
lylng conr.n.;; to .spend a. day >.r tw. in ich before thvy have t,-mrne .zurfit,.xd with the rtay capital they will make them- twenty-two inr.c-h shaft weighs ten tons.
selves .con-.f *rtable in somre one of the nu;:.rre.us squrcs and devote another day This unique turbine \va bul!t for the
to *he siC-r .aI: ;.J-r..id-0 power station at E..,w era.u Ouabla.


"Bat"


Masterson,


"Gun


Deputy


Fighter"'


and


Marshal


INTERESTING


PICTURES


GATHERED


FROM


FAR


AND


NEAR


COSSACKS USING THE KNOUT ON A MOB.


ASTOUNDING FEAT OF A FRENCH WRESTLER.









THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEONESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1905.


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UP CITY


Joint Meeting of Two Commiree

Was Held and Mosquito Fight

: Was Discussed.

0 A Joint mee-ing of the citizens' c)mt
S mi;ee ap;m:n','-l at a (nueing at 'h
19i:y hail on Monay las:.; and th
* (amber of Commerce appointed at
4p rc n' mooting of that body. was hel
* a 'the city hall yesterday afteraooz
Mayor Bliss pres,'ding
* I pon motion. W. C. Jones, secri
* tary of the Ct-namber of Comimerci
O' as e'e(:ed secretary of the jaoi
o meeting.
SA r-s-'ution was unanimously adop
ed dirt, ing the secretary to draw u
*an app,-.. adl press" to the citizens o
!'tnsacIla. for fun ls to clean the cit
and also for th, care of the indigent
of the city who may be stricken wit
disea:. i: having, been s:atez b
* Mayor B!Iss tha: tunds for these pur
l,<'.es are not available in the city'
i ; easury.
Upon motion. the Mayor and th
Preidont of the Chamber of Com
n.(rce wre author..ed to appoint
of which committee the Mayor an


8W* o wwwWff -I'th-, Prt-ident of the Chamber of Com
Mg, Mlanu t@cteueg Je w n merce shall be members. The fol
lhwing committee was named: Wim
i Mw OW n I IiH invowles. Mayor C. H. Bliss, Johr
* I. Pafar a tr st. PetsAL. me L E. .tillman, Sol OMhan and W. C
-=-Jones.
Mr. Philip K. Yonge was unanimous
TERSELY TOLD. ly elected treasurer of the fund to b(
i raised.
Mayor BlMss stated that $5.00W
A. A. Seraphlc, immigration agent would be necessary to do the worn
of the port. who has been on a fishing whi.h the situation necessitates.
trip of several days, has returned !o Upon motion, unanimously adopted
the ciy. the city was requested to handle the
Men in the employ of the goverr.- unth aed nder the irecto
ment yesterday began screening the K. H r.r.. as aponted a
government building, and although cmie of one to confer with th
the work was only commenced in the state heah auThorltles. advisin
forenoon, a large number of the win- t Lem of he action of the meeting.
dows had been screened before night. The niemeing then adjourned tr
The members of the relief comm;t- three o'clock today at the city hail.
tee appoint" td at the meeting Monday


afternoon will mee' t(iday at the of-
ice of Dr. Pierpont at 10 a. m. to mai
out a plan of action. All persons who
are immune, and who desire to enter
the service as nurses, are also re-
quested to apply to Dr. Pielpont at
as early a date as possible.
t' Herman Pinney. op. rator at the
Weetera Union Telegraph Companv.
who has been ill some time with ye;-
low fever, was on the streets yester-
day afternoon and wili resume his
duties this morning. The Western
Union will pa: all expenso of Mr.
Pinney during his illness. and in ad-
dition it has carried him on the pay
ro,. during that period.
The police were kept busy yeter-
day serving warrants upon persons
who had failed to comply wtth the
orders of the sanitary inspectors to
clean up their premises. After sev-
' eral notices had been served without
any attention being paid to them. ine
inspectors made warrants against the
derelict parties,. and the cases will
come up in the municipal court this


Bad b'ood and indigestion are dead
1, enemies to g-o1 ->alth. Burdock
RBood Bitters ,e~-roys them.


SThe Co-nish nnmes In Ireland are
few and far between, but evidence of
an extensive Welsh Immigration 1R
forthcon:ing In the fact that at the
present day the name Walsh-pro-
nouneed We!h--is to be met with In
nearly every county In Ireland. The
curious settlement of Welsh colonists
in the baronies of Forth and Bargy. In
County Werford. who maintained their
ancient manners, customs and lan-
giuage for some 400 years, no lonur de-
serves the title of a "pecullar people."
given to them by 8. C. Hall In 1841L
the Forth dialect having practically
died out, though many of the old fam-
Ily names-Codd, Sinott. Rosslter and
Walsh-are still very common In the
neighborhood.
The Huguenots were granted letters
of naturallsatlan in 1674 and founded


morning. colonies In Dublin. Kilkenny, Portar-
Ilngton, Waterford. Cork and Psburn.
They never disappoint-Blue Ribbon Many prominent, distinguished Irish-
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. At all men have borne and still bear Haugue-
grocers. I not names, among whom mention may
be made of the La Touches, Trenches.
ILa Ferres, I*froys and Lefanus, of
A s-,ws Poer. the iast of whom one may ay, tIn the
Their Is a story told of a poor Greek best sense, that tbey are Hibrnls Ipsis
poet who lived in Rome at the time of Tniberniores .-onlon Spectator.
the mperor Augustus. It shows us
that wit often succeeds where merit Pati o an.
flil. A clergyman was prailong the irtne
The poet was anxious to gain favor of patient. "We may have Indus-


with the emperor. .very morning ute
waited at tlhe puanc' door. and as tthe
emperor paused out the poet presented
him with a verse or an epigram that
be had eomnposel. Tih emperor accept
*d the pwtry. but never paid the poet
anything. Indeed, his presumption
rather amused the' emperor, and. tieing
eue day in a merry humor, be wrote a
verse hirnntelf and handed it gravely to
the poet. woo waited for him, as usual.
at the gate.
The poet. with ready wit. pulled out
his purse and emptied the two or three
coppers It coutained into the emperor's
hand.
"AJh." cried he. therer should be
lnore. but I give you my an:,':1T3' If I
were aF rich as you. great (Caesar. I
woutid pay a much greater priee for
verses."
Ai.l it is pleasant to lie told that the
4mnieror thought the joke worth 1.t00


try." said he. "sobriety, ambition, nall
the virtues thnt i.make for success, and
yet without patience we will accom-
pHlih nothing. A young man was ever-
heard on a street corner the other
n'cht reproacehinc a young irl. Thlat
ynung man was patient. Ile had so
highly develop-ed this excellent qunayil
thint I shall not be surprised some day
1t see him a millionaire, a college p:-es-
Ident or even a bishop.
"The young man sa!d, as the young
girl drew near hin on the corner:
'V." st a time yon have kept me
waiting:"
*"The girl tosed hier head.
1" It 1 only T o'clock.' she aid. 'ann!
I didn't promt.le to be here till a quar-
ter fi'
..Ther y-ing man smiled a calm and
patli't sr.'.e.
".' 'h. ry,.' be s:id. 'but you have
mistaken the day I have ieen watt-
Ing for you nee last eenlng.'"


MAXWELL HOUSE,

AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.


WILL E. MAXW l. ..


LOCAL PUBLIC Blue Ribbo
Blue Ribbon


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APPEALED TO


FOR AID


Bottle Beer,

has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.


Citizens Meet and Call fr Aid, Leader in Importel


as Five Thousand Dollars
Must Be Raised.


Wines


and Liquors.
PHONE 179.
No. 331 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
*Er'SACOLA. FLA.


Corrt to the Dot

S If you still persist in wearing
Negligee Ssirts in the Fall,
here's a great picking. as we
Shave the swellest line ever
shown here. Also Aiff bosoms.
Swhicb are the correct shirt c-r
this fall.
f This week we are pushing all
klads of Shirts. Push into the




C. C. .Goodman, Geo. Arneperger


got one sister and one and a half
brothers."
"What ?"
"Yes, sir; two half sisters and three
half brothers."- Philadelphia Press.
An Impression of Toll.
"Why don't you go to work?" asked


swer to this question is, "They do."
Barl)ers say thnt there is an Increase
of about 20 per cent in busIness dur-
ing the extremely hot spells and that
all this Increase comes from the men
who habitually shave every other day
Instead of once a dty. Although hot
weather makes more lbusnePs for the


the man who is philanthropic, but prae- chin polisfers. they do not particularly
tical. welcome it Men are always m-ore
**Mister." answered Plodding Pete. Irritable and harder to shave. This.
"I have to answer dat question so coupled with the Increase'1 speed of
much dat it's gittin" to be jes' de same execution, makes the whole business
as work."-Washington star. unsatisfactory for both the shaver and
the shavee.-Kanans City .Journal.
Poor Thinrt!
"What a discontenteel, dissatisfied Keeping Ip Appearances.
look Mrs. PFuller): n h li" An extra,-rtlinary amount of money
"Well. what conild yo-u expect? She In London is wasted on keeping up :p-
has a husband wh gets her everything pearances. says the Ladies' Field. Any
she wants." number of people entertain lavishly,
have a big house. imposing carriages.
American dGullibility." three men in the kitchen, the same
Americans in spite of their reputed number of footmen to support the but-
shrewdness are the most easily gulled ler. and yet the daughters of the house
of any people on earth by those who never have 5 shillings to spend and
know how to get at them.-London have to calculate whether a new pair
Truth. .. of evening gloves can be afforded.


T)n't deiay a minur''. Chole-a irp
fantIum l. dysentery, diarrh ,'a ,: 'ioiI
s tit* I. ". Only safe plan is,; : ::z,
Ir. Fow- h rs Ex'ract uf W.:Il Sr.t'
berry a 'wavs on han,1.
NOTICE.
Until further notice we will c"-
outr store daily. except 'a:- rays. a'
.: :," p. mi. Our parrons 'w-ili p1'- a-, :
covernpi arco O-Cdingly..
EAST HILL GROCERY CO.


New Suit Filed.
The f,>ol:'', it nt now suit was flIei
y .- Ray in lthe ofic': of ';i,, c'erk o;
':.*. e:'Clit colirt:
Goo. WW. Pry.,r & Sins vs. W. H.
Sm:" h. a"achmn,., da'.aages $300:
Su'llivan & Sullivan. attorneys for
p~ainrnff. .
Scratch, scratch scratch; unable to
attenIl to usinre'ss d'r:nt- ;he day or
s!-en during the night. :'ling plIes
h)rTribl, piaziue. Doan's O:ntmen"
cures. Never fails. At any dnru
store. 50 cents.


Sll lilinisters, Doctors and
iA FLM 1 AllE ItL Temperance Workers


IT nnoTI IIun


Use nd Recommend Dffy% Pe Malt


I runiIL u Lung, Stomach and NcrvoDkeassm.
"I THIANK GOD THERE I SUCH A
MEDICINE,"WRITES lIEV.DR. McLEOD,
an act:ro iiniiistvr for "') y ears. For more
t::an -.U ars I had bwi at ete l with div-
| || p-jia and nervous pr.'-.rti.'i At tirr.e 1
wasSso rMi dovmri I col. Inot attnd to nmy
mInitsterial dtutit'. (' ui, ln 'ithbar eat nor
sleep. i 1b'gal taking l)n;:T's Pure ;al
SWhisk-v. It tave nw, str-n,.;h, h.'!pT rmy
Woman on Trail at Lewis and dige ti n,se tted n"yr'. ,,,i.t ainei :.#)
i lp .ttt.d iti< lt rua l ,.,th. 1 r, i -.>uin"nd tf.n! -,
Clark Exposition Makes Wild I ae "wh a A n .,.n, iie.,January
Beasts Do Her Bidding, bi L POWE FRESCRIBEi *'Drr-
Y'S"2.> YE.16S. ** I have found that in
pneumonia, grip and oti'er exhausting di.-
eaWs Illy uti.-nts never fail to rrvl'ni- fa-
Portlan;'. Ore., Sei;t. 12.-This city eoraNitty Ia)ti. D* s Inel r, tialt bi rkn -v.
has a ftiiiale DIani,-. The woman ap- Taken a8dihretle' it i; tNund to relieainil
pears to be det.'id of fear, and this permanently euro cos.'LmptioD." Pr. E II.
has made her a valuah'e acqulisi'ion nowne, KiL-gston, N. J. Aug. S, 1904.
,t George Jabour, whose Trained Ani- MR. THOMAS MORAN. TEMPERANi .
mal Show on lthe Trail at. he Lewis WNOKKER, AYS:--"I have lived o Roh-
an(I Clark Ex.po:'tn has prove a ester. N. V., for almost .0 yeafr. andpeol;
know I ain a strict tempr'ra~n'e man, but I
of tie1 mst popular attractions at uihesitatinglv r-comnniend .t;ffV's Pure M...
thf 'et-srT.n World's Fair. IV hiskey fur the great gAd it titidni e dur;'.:
The female lD:ii-no --i10one set ':: iny iiness. Two niithia alo I woa ow.wai
to know h'r other name-n:iers a (dln frombrouchitis I ciuld not rai e mny het t
of lions s-veral times a day. andi Ihadalowfevt an.d all the symnptomstf :
S. relapse. The doctor ordered your whiz drivesa he great bt ast.s before like and I would ot be living t-iaFy but for itr
cattle. Thni. on the stage, which is ne. It nmae Die strong, vwnorwo-better
enclosed by an iron cate. she makts than I have ben in years. Juty 2, 1904,


thei beasts go
mianeulvers that


through a series of
must be most hum:nii


ating to them. And then, as Lno
finale t' a wojid rfil exhibition, the
'Toman forces open the jaws of tiie
lar:;et i;.-n andi puts her head into
t.,o tea-:'s wide-open mouth.
There are a lit of other interest
ing tK'a: res in .labour's show, noit
ele an;il i i whic'i are the train,,l
seals. "'.', .seais are awkward' bea-tF
s p;il in -i;) '.atanee., but they are
; tl a'or-;. 'I .'y .-:hoot guns, jug
gle hal'. climb ladders, and tinaily
piay on vari:u.- !;s'rImnents. As nmt-
sicians tl;e seals are not an entiii-
i.uiccess. tnh(ir musical sens/ being az
vet not completely developed, but
'elyv make as much noise as any band.
auid their enthts'asmr makes up fo;
bhe dis-comifort of o few discords.
A\!! kinis ,of nopople come to see their
aninial show. and every one likes it !
n i- .i;,', !-. dt.eornt a from any outil.
:rtr;,i(; n on the Trait.

NO NEW CASES


For over half a century men and woQmn
fprominentin t.i:o all..irs of the nation hbrav.
otuw nusing anti vinit -i'mv Ihityv's Pure uAlalt
Whiskey as the otri certain cure and preven-
tire of disease. The opinions of a few of
them are pullifished in a booklet which we
mail anyone free on request.
The unrivalled record of this pleBdid
medicine is over 4,0),000 curme. More than
7,(ut0 doctors use it in their horn Mand pre
scribo it ro-nularly in th<,r practice, an it's
used xcius-ivelv in over 2.O hospitals. It's
an abtwlutely pure distillation ot mnalt. de-n.
tiflcallv cemtnbined with nwdLicinal ingredient
of hii-.t nutalitv. It acts directly upc the
liseA.st'd organs and parts in a natural man-
ner, and strengthens and builds up the entire
svstem. It contains no fmtl oil. Ivor
testimonial is published in good il-
guaranteed'.


1A1 SFELY uJOV At a joint meeting held yesterday burns th
WITHOUT PAIN. alctrnoon at the city hall the follow
Sw n sOUT A ing was issled :. Ian t burns thein
What a tonderff::: mistsae of hope and To The Public .Rat *fd4 mie after etf eting
capf fromn suftrnnA thel wnrds carry o Pensacola, Fla.. S-ept. 12, 1905.' Eeti
that s.an i drcad.g the hour tha nsa Stearns' Eletrie
d shall pr.tiaim her Motherh.od. Perhaps for A joint meeting of the citizt(-s' com-
3 her t is the frst time God has blessed her; mittee appointed at a meeting of ci:- Ratand RoachPasts
with whiat avt and m-nt ant i fear she con- rush out of doors for air and
templites the cni v a -,nt which even co- inzens held upon the call of the Mayo water and qul.klv die. Posi-
- is casting its shadow before in the wa. of on the 11th., instant, and a special tivelygueandodaatkroe death
m anh paint dirsom1'rtai Tht hope held committee of the Chamber of Comn al vermin. 2 oT box an
out mn these oords simpr y means that child- hotel se, 18 e. .*1
* birthhash beenturneaintranevent ofthanrks. nimerce. was held at the city hall to1 s TeANls 6LRATRic
giving and joi, strapped of its agonies anu day. PAST CoT ..
* dangers because i athe learned skill of masn. 133 resolution. uanlitouily dp..U.eA.
: ..er b-au => l,.med,.,.ll( By resolution, unanimously ad,)p;1 el ; .rs-- 'u*.r
* OWnT the secretary of thhs joins meeting e r
>t UV U I W& m was directed to address an appeal to
y the citizens of Pensacola to lend theiit ,
,, FR iEND individual and collective co-iperatio, '-I
h in the name of the remeii. whirh me ,o to the state and city health auth.)ri
y mach to the e pe.-'at other; he can apply ties by providing funds necessary :j
it herself and tee an minoves..et at otce clean the city, to make systematic
which but fore e;:s the p.it an i stifferins
which it s. veu hen chiidbrth takes place. war upon mosquitoes throughout the -
The testimron of Mothers who have used it city and to care for the indigent sick
uccesshI:l:v wi'l or..nvince ,.-,; their words F. M. W ILLIAMS, |
e of praise are fund in our book," Mother. of the community. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, i
I- hoed." Send for it. Five thousand dollars will be re- Office, Brosnaham building, next |
a BRADFIK.D Ref.rATOR iI quired for these purposes. and if the to Pensaj!a Blusinos= Coilege
1, atlta, OGa. amount Is forthcoming without dli7y Prompt attention always .iven
d the fever can, and the autht )'!;es in to bhisineas P-'nsac'!a. Fli I
e ~charge believe, will be eradi(atiei
I j-- from our midst by the early la-. S of -
, October. If the mosquito is not de
r stroked by fumigation and owier arti ORK O K
Social means; if the bre(en places ON
of the stegomyia throughout the cii.\ T PCin
NTUR PEOPL are not destroyed, in short. if ouk W% EST EXTENSION
e city is not immediately an! offecinal
TIly placed in perfect sanitary condi
SI tion, the only hope left to it for freeT OF THE
I I I dom from its present plight is na- INTEREST OF THE RAILROA
CON IN U ture's remedy-Frost. WORLD IS CENTERED UPON
That the indigent sunerers of any
SP ilL civilized community must be cared for THE PROGRESS OF THE
n Irequires no commentary from a cit
H Izens' committee. WORK.
OPE UL The following committee was ap,
e pointed to solicit subscri;.tions to t.il
g Ift-nd: William H. Knowles. Mayor C The ,Tacksonvi1le Times-l'r:i.n says
They Hae Faith that Health OfH. Bliss, President of the Chamber of O\e" h. a:,': Ot the A ii,,l;c an,
They Have Faith that Health Of- Commerce John E. Stillman. Sol Caln rhlp ( Gulf anii. aross ,he Fiorida Key.-
Ph aiand ISecretary of the Chamber of Com ;i.e Ke\ VWe. : extension of the Flor. .
ficials and Physicians Wll merce w. C. Jones. ;,ast oast iai;way is easlly ad aru
`Mr. Philip K. Yonge, was elec'e,, it:C.
Control Fever in Pen- treasurer of the fund. Great inntest is boing taklon ;n th
Now is the hour of our city's great* progress ol t:.. work. no, o;,!:- i'
sacola. est trial In years, now is the time ti F'oritia. uut all over the ot,,:tirv. to;
a demonstration of the cqc pride of tbI.' work is one of such mag;'ni;ud,
her citizenship, therefore, let the cit that the entire railroad wor' ] is watch
Special to The Journal. izens of Pensacola,. the public spirit- ing it and making notes of ;he mannt.
Cetpury. p]a.. Sept. 12.-Rev. Mc- ea' citizens, the men and women of in which obstacles are b4 ing ov,;
Rae. the pastor of the Baptist church Pensacola, who love their city and come.
here wththe astor of distance of Rev. Wich- tleir home. generously respond with As Mafmi is the recogniz.-1 It ak,
liam Wagner of De Funiak Springs their means, not permitting tomor- quarters for the work ,on th. e:..:::
closed a protractd meeting of eig s n to set withol providing slon, the fo!lowine items rI m la
c nine days prduratidon here a few daye this necessary fund,. which will ba Friday's eJition of the Miami Me row
ago. Quite a number professed re judiciously and onestHy expended td olis, will prove of inter ,,t.
];pion, and have been received into stle and destroy the yellow plague "Informnation from th- exteis:o:
the church. now afflicting our people and destroy operations is that nearly five miies I)
Our school building presents a very ing our commerce; and for the aile- roadbed have been graded on Ke..
neat appearance, since bpresing enlarged aviation of the afflicted indigents in oui Largo, which is about ono-fourth ,'*
repeat apped, fitted with blinds and a idst. The above named comnitte .the (d-:ance to be traversdtl aon th:.
rpalnted, fitte with blinds annce. will call upon the citizens immedlate- key.' T'hree hundred han .'s are e;
Since the yellow fever made its ap- I. rage,, and tlh y are making rapid .
pearance in Pensacola. and we are de- SO adway consring the a an,
niea: the pleasure of receiving our Secretary. .rthcr ostacl' s to be cont-n.lded witti;
Journal In the forenoon, and having 1Practically all of the work now beinar
only one train every twenty-fonr A little life may be sacrificed to n 'dop' is on oKP l.argo, tnulht a bor
hours, our little town has assumed a sudden attack of croun if yot dtmO" n z partk is -operating on Kinrhts Key,
very quiet state. Ev-ery one se,'.n. have Dr. Thomas' Electric O. l on r1t:hm.e ,-wrolndlngs to ditormuine what
to have confidence in the ability of hand for the emergency. fiundation will be necessary for th,
the authorities, both local and state, Ituilidinn of the road across it.
to check the fever. and keep it away "A lar~e no w warehouse to facill
ftom Ch nrv. though some are ace c Why They Have o Hats. tate accmorratiorms for material and
reom ensie of danger from fever if a The boys of the "blueenat school" of cpplie,s at the .ipyar,', south of th,
detention camp is really located so Christchurch hospital. England, do not terminal dock. is now un ler course c*
near us as Flomaton go hatless, as a correspondent Inti- corction, and will be up and ready f::;
Mr. L. N. Strickland with wif, mates, In order that the hair on their ise. in a few d(lays.
end infant daughter have just re- heads may grow more abundant from "General ua;;, *"'",dnent R. T. G-,ff
turned fr-om Columbia, S. C., the home that exposure to the air and elements of th' P. .I (' It came down th:
of Mrs. Strickland. where she has of rain and sunshine., nornin i 1;s, private car attached : ,
been visiting h.er parents for the past The reason the boys of this famous train No. pt. and went down on tl(
two or three months. school go without their hats Is that one extension on a tour of inspection.
The big mills are running steadH/ day a very long time ngo the bluecont tor Barrett aboard loft this morning '
,The merchants all sem to be doing boys were out walking and met Queen r th extension opora::, t is
a f and ale business. Corn, potaots Elizabeth. They neglected to remove i,.1t, xwates among .,.ral hun-
'cane and pe more plenifmru an the rio their hats, which so incensed the In- d:ed workmen engaztd thero.
samp than usmoreal inserouing a river periods lady that she had their hats "The dredge Prick!v Hflea is bh:i .
ply of hog and hominy for another taken away from them ald swore that pr)ovis:,t ;:and sipli) d .:- !ay pr
s. ason. they should have hats no more. iirator.t :0 being towed t', h k'
It is a fact that men who intended l,-,r ''h:s afternoon or to-'.orrow i.%:
that school did not In their Inter years tile ig I Hf. P"Iton, where i; will ;:
Fractional Relatives. become bald.-New York Times. Tnh pe tr( tL; :'n. ":,is rl..
"And have you any brothers and sis- 11 ptirs-l to 'e. Ti I1r -k
ters. my little man' asked the kind WI'hnkewr and Wether. 'dledges that will 't ut3d in th"l wtrl'
old lady. Do whiskers grow faster In hot i. ono of the most capa,,- in he ,,
"Yes'm," replied the little man. 'I weather than In cold? The correct nn- vie'."


,;ticnts. has about been completed,
tind is now ready for their reception.
P'he screening of the ward has been
niecr way fo)r several days. This ex-
.ense is being bo ue by the city.
Regulations Satisfactory.


I tIIL We- L.tOU aMII
"Strenuous Life,"


then the


As usual the t,'e health officer reO
eived yesterday communications
"rom persons oursld the city limit,
elative to the quarantine regu!a-
Ions. The communications, how*-
ever, which reached him yesterday,
were commendatory, and are as fol- and the
lows:
"'Pensaccla, Fla.. Sept. 12, 1905.
"Dr. Joseph Y. P',rter. State Heal', "k u
Officer, Pcnsacola. FHa.: i
"Dvar Sir-\Ve understand that
some parties have in circulation a
pti'on a -king that persons be al-
lowel to pass t) and from the city. but nov
We, the unlersigned. respectfully po-|
tition 1har you' do not allow any such Lo
action, nidfl assure you of our hearty
suppx;-t. LO LU
"Respectfully, Lo
"W. J. Shiver. J. F. IHIltun, J. H.
Pit.s, T. J. Pitts, H. K. Bailey, G. W. for eveC
Helton. A. I. Campbe!l, F. J. Milton.
E. Hailey. J. C. Walker, J. R. McNtir,I trial (

A. White, Bri Pr tt, Ieonard Nicho!.
H. Nichola. H. C. Miller, Chas. A.
!;av., .la-m'- Crpvey, Milton Cravey."


Petition No. 2.


ouuIIs


le Life,"

en


able Life,"

it is


Life"


rmor&o
of




I Life


nThe s ,:li prtion received by
I),'. Pr - : i f-a' ows: d
*' .i :', :. "Fla.. Sept. 12, 1905.
Dr Jew -.b Vi. .Port'er, State Health
On .e:. I',..; at-,la. Fla.:
"'P'tri,*s are bring circulated, ak-
lng that ytii allow the passing of pe--
sns ro and] from Pensacola. We rn.
p"'crf' :t. reqiuer that you do not
.rant luch a .; 'i. -,.t. :n I assure v.' i
,, o,,r hearty siippr in the carryit:n
.-it of ;t.- quiaran :n., re '-tlations.
IRespeft fully,
"W. A. Lat.. in. H;int1's Cravev. Ii.
'rki s. Jim Pre.sley, E. J. William4,'
\. J. Cushing. P. G. Brewton, .T N. will convince you of Its
I wton, .1J. A. Wis',, J. F. Han rlr.'i.
I. BHrwton, R. N!x. John Roberts W merits and number you
.1, I.wl; -w. W. H. HPton, WV. Wi'.ler.,
1). W. Malone. A. L. Helton, A. Villar, among its many friends
VW. M. S.iiver.'"

For Sale by

HIannah Bros


GET THE BOOK Still in Business!
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
is now ic'atedr at
LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED. Cor. Government and Barcelona 9tSW
The Lewis House, opposite union and is be*ttr prepared than ever
depot, will be closed until quarantine to repair safes, typewriters,
is lifted. guns, _istols. ,ocks. li-ht na-
MRS. W. J. CASTELTLO. chinery and bicycles.
12septlw Proprietress. PHONE 203.
I


An Ideal



5,.,,HE T


DGI.


CLEAR HAVANA.


UNION MADE.


TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.

GENOVAR-MARTINEZ CO.,

Manufacturers, St. Augustine, Florida.


AND RNE DEATH

(Continted from First Page.)
CAIlMON.-Wls you askt y.O r
;'la., is among the ph.vscians of .he rocerfor Duffy's PNre Malt Whikey b ure
,t Ci ..'. r 'ie' oil ,hysican o a u get the gnualne. It's the onily ab oltely
-Late r(, ', ,( physicians a- pre medidnal wblskey, and is *old In maed
-.,tai ifn i.,li.,,tl *. ( tiSo3st'. DI) bottlcus-never In flask or bulk. Lsk or Uth
,,"(,r: .r ..('> j .1 a l.,;er vesterda'j trade-smrkt, the "Old Chemist" on th labl,
r tm* and make lsure the sea over the caork Is t 4
1m that gentleman, and in his rt- roken Price.1.o00. DulffyMattWhiskeyCo.e
;.y stared that he would be w-lcome KockhOtr.N Y.
,i Pensacola to assist in the work. EUGENE ARBONA, DISTRIBUTER.
Ready for Patients. Pensacola, Florida.
The ward at the hospital, which ha. -
e,>"n prov.,iod for yellow feve,:'l II. \ I ..1A 41,


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PA~ ?OUR THE PENSACOLA JOU~NAL, W~N!SDAY MOFN!NG. S~PTEt~SER 1~, 1903.


Wb esPnifatula a --nW


Da *y. wet y. Sunday.
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Mead I1 2lt Governmet Stuet.
TOKJ 0 No. ML

WEDNIBDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1905.

% 4-*WW*--'# "-, - ainlv cannot contaminate the health'
"- of that c:ty, though if he brings with
WHERE IT 18 TO BE FOUND. *:):
WHERE IT TO BE FOUND. n!:im ny of the pirt of the sordid
The Pengsaola Journal is on quarantine there he might pIllute the
': aiv9 at the following places in m rals f th, place of destination.
ti;e C.y:. *It is simply robbery to make a man
ECamnbia Hotel. pay a dolla- in order to leave the city.
Bay Hotel.
Coe's Book Store. especially if he is bound for a point
4- Depot News Stand. that does not require a health cerlifi-
Gem Sook Stew. cate from Birmingham's Board cf
4- Lewis House. lath.
- Merctats Hotel.'K
SSouthe Hotel."l We art. all the more surprised sa
S Thompson's Book Sto*e. this cheap John hold ui oil the part
Wagand Ice Cream ParFor. of.Birmni 'iar. a, it has led the wor;ij
<. Wagenheim's News Stand. to believe it to be a wealthy. thriving
Walker's Book Store. 4
ard progr e~sive city, where municidial
4 .:.:^-W-4l, ?t.+. +Wjgpg confidence games would be deemed


GOING AWAY?
When you leave the city for your'
summer vacation have The Pensaccila
Jc-..-nw fellow you. N4tfy circula-
t.:.. r~nager, Phone S.


too small to be countenanced.-

If it had been said in 1878 that ty
September the fever would be sur-
rounded and the death rate re.-lced,
even for one day, to nothing, the peo-
ple would have held up their hands in


COn ri o D eath a-tonishment. We see this apparent
p O Deth 'miracle performed in 1901, howcve-.
in 1878 and 1905. but the preparation of it has been
About as en-ouraging a feature o so systematic that when tL 'happens wi
the yellow fever situation as we hav( are disposed to take it as a matter cf
seen may be found in the compariao course. In point of fa-.t, we told you
of the present New Orleans death so. It is the natural consequence of
rat4 with the death rate in that city modern scientific methods, honestly
urgingg the epidemic of 1878. Thee applied.-Mobile Register.
Ne,, Oth auns licyune makes that .. ,


comparison as fonl:'ws:
Sept'e!::',r has long boen reckoned
the moat fatal month whi-n a viaita
,rtio ,'f l ov. fever wa; afloctine this
cit :.nd i has heretofore alwa>
pr( ve. :,. ,'- so "n Ipa!t epidemics
ato0 o;' fild 3S'ttmier give the larg-
esF ti:)i.',hr ot ,ita:hs, but it gave the
lulg ."-: re(ord oi morta.l:y in a Finlgh
ca:..
Plr in.t 1.er,, i:' 1-7 the greatest
Ti''"(t;:::; hta;:p ec- : ., p:. r wh<,'n '.
d .-'* ." o,, :*.,.. v;': .... -1 *{ t
'', w ,o',,,r d.r un t'l
miontih 1.'(-i 3. -". an average o(i
o'er C2 for each 4ya. In this visita
(tis0 of 1: !.- -" ,,*., :I ". W r 1
dea-'h., r-)'-;('d wa (,;i Aug .27 wh n,
a 1 rnl of 1:I ,a r-'" rlid. O -h.fleir:
of ,''"': !,,r has ,:-'xe,. a .iv. tan:.
on vy. :er,:. y, thel l :l.. no dea'b froW
tlhr iF nas' was re:.-ted, and frncn)
tlt( fis.: 'ipsoerr' <( the fever hu.rt
n 1'i C C :',-" .;; ;-ere hav -

Comt':.-' +1.. : : past erxperience.-
STh .-':. ''- . :;, r :r- c:s attain, ,
are tr'::, r'-n:irkale.o. anid lihy canno;
bit crca.,a' n arie degree of confi
denc-)" at.d aid rn-rtion for "he ;oean
-faer :n wh.oh a L.r(at fight against' (l's
a- e In !:' : l, 0.,,n carr'.i 0:1t
This is not on.v a remarkable thow
in- but : i s a nos- reasaring on,
as well It e1ti:"tst'n'-'s c than tbh mosquito theory, on which
the ye'l.ow fever fight is now beirn
cor.ut',-:. Is correct 4n every respect(
ir-,t 'hat the only way 'o get rid (
th- f- .r is to g .t Iof the 1..n


Th:s rime it -id " l appen in K:I"-
ea I: is In '' .hi; l'p the- "*t."
pnri foi id .' decried :! *.'
the re l]r' o:; i 'w;o e rirr'u w ';
Mhr>.' : ,, : .:' ; f :'. ::ti' c. -"
t!' -ec .,' ,. f, f t;', ca 'na:,
A'"-?c~ "' i'9 .:c-,ts we n,'w hav(.
left won' last mcirh longer.

Birmingham's
Little HoldvUp Game.
The oI enphi Commetr,cial- p:.ail
*a ? .. g s ,n .~a .;t < "T-nV-
tice" 1 l somn, -f l',- ol'ara-ntne at;

we :.a -
T. ;- n ; : f paY: "
lar r '' I -,.:: m
Is '. e, -v *. :" s hur;-
ta! to 1l-us .s 5 mr.uI t o; ; in here

Is 'axe a ,.iaar Ther. is no quoq-
lo' '." ht alth 'sr infec' : ',. I)
n,> a q,>P-u:,,n of a dollar. \
rW'.ec c-a.'- ,':t ": one thinz a,';
i tax *,r a hitao n eer '-icate without;
ve :,. h,+" N (' oi,' i'ine i'- quit,
'Stu P.'" a: iA :gt r.
'T". .+.*rc. ;' :, s o4f this hol-it;
p"o' :- a a* a'*c- of anni-.yarcc
; ; : : "* "'a to bus:tr-' s
Folik ('p. w i w : ::;p .' no:nr, vti-


People whi.se t se:T;-ct'a nae aI. t:.i
jisp-al! of :ht health authorities who;
- are now cngag'ei in fighting t'e f(-v:-
icre should notify the authorities at
once and direct.

The fever report for Pensacola t-is
morning is of a decideIlv more rop.e
fil of a report we would like to ,:-'
(.very day.

Pensacol'.a :s now i< li'. lqu :c'ur'
of the cx, ::" 'iv, oi' d a tir T" l of


sta'e boar l of 1hna!ih.

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* (Extract fro-n Revised St;
* utes of Florida.
"Sec. 7C6.--0ENALTY FC
* SPrEADING F A L S E R
* PORTS OF DISEASE.-A
person or perscrz who shz
* falsely Or ma!iciousty disser
* nate or spread ruinors or i
* ports concerning the existen
* of any infectious or contagio
* disease. chzll be auilty of
* misdemeanor, and upc't conv
* tion therefore, shall be punts
* ed as provided by Section 765
* "Sec. 765. Shall te fined
* a sum not less than $100 n
* more than $1,000 or be Impr
* oned In the county Jail for n
* less than three nor more thi
* six months."



The Journal Printed I
iny August, 1ZS5, i
Total of


1 2 7,33
COPIES
or an average

4, 71(3
DAILY
The following figures show Th(
sncola ,Jo.insl's c:cirV1'.':;n for
day ,during ( o month of August.
w::h :he a'cr:. I:umber u: c


daily:
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
Aucust
August
August


4,350
4.400
4.335
4.400
4.350
5,000

4.500
4.500
4,500
4.625
4.625
5.000
4,600


August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
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ro-:s na,:U,, ;, a ..-;c'.ce which ij as Average per day ........
t o i. I hereby c- rtIfy that -h1' above
u'i-i.3(Sng 'o Bi.tiahanm as i: i m(nt i correct according to the
r,.-td pi ; ,arci';.;. W are :..c'n-. -rds on fi e in this onfle.
:.:t :'. too. thIt tht bandi:.-:-ke FRED A. SWEET
f, ;n. :,P C which t'-atx ;,.'s have t? Circulation 31
l: 1.r .,. t-, ,i;i\;;t ;h, B:rm.u.cam r'v -n to an i ub '--r before r
Sis a a is otr o- this 31st day of August. 190.
A pers aso :avi a it is o.utrageho r- Noar PuKE
A pers-n 'aving ILminghani .cr-! Notary Pub


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Some io're proof of the : o.-quito


Mrs. EHen Call Long

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no- immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access t
r:c;-quttoes t,( the patient's person.
-1. The greatest frcedor, of personal contact and !nterconrse may thr e-
;ore be permit; .: etweea the yellow fever sick and the well in the shAe
r( ,m. and provide J the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the pat.enL.
du:-iag the first three days of the disease, is ab-o:xIwely prevented.
,.. The mission of a trained nurse is not -atisfac;orily accomplished if a
p.ei;nt, saffrring from any kind of fever. in localities infected with yello'r
:',er, who is confided to ber care. is allowed to be bAt:en by a mosqunio,
..... h i T ,- f var r"noven no ,f h!n be v'ow- fever ,Monui*o ione are annoiv-n


lt:e-ry: ,: -'on Dr. Guitpras, of Ha- The attainment by Mrs. E'icn Cal' .cult.,re and .forestry.. rtheenI ive .sv-,o i... tuuu.z -.
vann. lec-ured here some weeks a.o, he at inmert be Mrs. E birthdal4 ohltrone muca both by her te : and harmful even If not infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon
he as;0'9 as scientifically kn.hn rhat: ,- em her e9ghLieth birhdad has lone much both by her pe:A ai ai an evidence of neglect, if he -hows evidences of mosquito stings.
I a moq;iito has been app;ied to a ut 9, appreciation. it n- hur -roal influhnc. r.ay No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless sne
1Elw forever patient and aat mos- uei cn of aAppecitron c r -u:>nbre; that s-e rep et.( made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science ani
quLo is apic.i at lea. ,twelve d;- ren:s in our city, idontiof e witn t, w mtn of 0'-lae a: the gr Or experience have given her to effectr-ely protect her non-infected patients and
thereafter to a el person, its p c dth i of Philathose persons who are --.. upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
wil' prce a as of w fans and Chicago. from the infected.
wI P ....u a case of uilOw foyer eerv governor from Andrew Jack. It is not eas_ to see how so l)lISy
The di.a i ma .ii, i ni st itslf i e e, lieh-a s e 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
.about fve day:. after t1'.):te. friend and companion of tise, wh:a v.ork, buthe l wri':n much and hane in protecting her patients are:
Seventeen days, threfo,:r, appears have made our history, her life ha, well. Her 'Flhri a Br,,ZCs' give u (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferr"d), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed.
to bO the pet'i, rninhl sated'., be 'been no ordinary one. a picture of i.f' v ; i, in the oil d.ye. 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
tweea the ir-t ca-ean t.osthenil From the days of her girlhoA, that can be found in no o'her publi- passage of mosqultocs.
ease, called the -on.ar. ifection. 'be has been a leader in the social cation. Th stately da:neq, (the beauti 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
In Pensacola the fi :-t cases wnre life cf the place, exercising a gra ;ful and witty belles. the older men of patient's body is in contract with the netting.
discovered about August 23 and 4 c'ous hospitality in the old Cal: 'old-fashioned dignity and bearing. and 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn
A mosquito having access to these .Mansion, where she still resides the younie:"r and gayer beaux, soldiers places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodling inside.
cases within three da-- from the be- n and women of culIfre and promi and pol;icians. Indians and Iniian- The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from
ginrg of their Illness gets infectios r.encc have been entertalinc- there at fiyhtrs, pioneers, servants of the by entering.
from them and twelve days lnsi t'r Iwrny brilliant gatherings, but not gone days--all these and others litV 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in-
rhumanpe" for parting the nfectiontom- these alone; for when times wt-re sat, again in the pages of "Flori-la side. not merely r.riven or s"Uh on out.
'uraced the three-day prio. Add 12 and war and trouble filled the lanl. Breezes." A large and complete is 6. All cases uf fevcr should be promptly reported to the physician;
ar ancd whe hree an psir io it A f she threw wide her doors, and cared tcry of Florida is now ready for pub aw- wiing his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par.
days and we have an xr si e lmit of for many a wounded soldier or home location. and it is hoped will sxon be ti.eularly important In dealing wkh mill fevers, especially in infants and
Septe On er 5 and extreme of Sete them-sick refugee, and her hospitality has ziven to the reading public. Space children in localities liable to infection with y(riow fever. The disease man-
moequitoe cary about trecndarv inftec ver been free hearted. forbids the mention of many briefed iifss itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that It is
mosquitoes uld be iting he wellry and Progressive and broad minded, Mrs. vorks, pamphlets and articles moitl.' likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the symp-
two to five dabitng there well, areLong bas been prominent in many on historical subjects. toms the usual precautions are not taken ani the mosquitoes are able to
should be da mas ked i-rea in tre public movements. S'ae was Regent In considering her lifo and its in spread, the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized' cases are,
b f e of the Mount Vernon Association, and fl'ience. we feel that we may apply for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
number of cases. Th.t 'ef,-e a large has more recently and wi:h equal su.- :1- ,as- ittingly- the words of Mati'-w (B) Screens.
f 8 n Sr css representlej in our State tne it Arnold concerning GUorge Sand: "Ti6 Ali openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
from d epte mbr r 7 to September i1 tod re~s of the Hermitage Asaocition vibration of her voic.w will not )o:!' and the recid shows than the loo ,d- She was for years Presidnt (tc thi ;,.as away." We must fel "the scns: can be' made 'f bobhinert nfor inar,.'-e .is taln 'a s-i. lu :'ome Confederate Me:nmorial Associatican ,f bencflt and of stimtn;h from that s cured to the openings of tie sick roo:n.

ScreL, I;( ati at', s fe a and in June of this ear complt-,j :Inr~ and frank nature, that large and (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
was discovered the t .-ninv of the history feor the Confederate Mu1seun: pure utterance. Tnere will remaitl Fumit-a:e the room v.;th l;iphur or pyrethru' (insect powder) to destroy
sick beh.aa rand this' h.as hit n per- at Rickhmond. She was for sorn an admiring and ever widening report possibly Infected mosquitoes as ar y as possible after the fourth day of fever.
k bted in. Few and this as lt n per-e years R.gent of the Daua'hters of the of that great soul. affectcin'it' Suiphur iiburned In Snr iron p.' is the surest wav. anti If used in proper quanitty
F tedti? new inf the togconsqyia nil American Rcvolution. the purpose;^ ol iarnt ;, witl'jout pedantry, huu:n. will not injure fabrics or c >ors. 'hree pounds in ap average room is swifl-
Strt'z is a lnssening f 'he nui'ern !t thesP patriotic societies being truly e.i"al"e kind. * In her cas c.enr if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,00M
active agents for the p e.'ading of the advac,,d by her services. we shall not err If we adopt the p,': t. cubic feet of space Is estim:nitli by sanitary authorities: and one pound of
C!s e other causi-s owing much to her ail- faith. "And feel that sh,, is gre:itI i:;,ecot powder to 1.000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosqukoes. The
Thle task before Dr. Porter and his o:.ay are the advancement of silk than we imnow." I ,nisqultoes will fall to tl,, floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
t ass..ant. ia a heavy on11 l)bit con .i- hours' fumigation with stiilphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. The
I ions in l'Insaeola are rtore favorable A ft:mes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
than th' in Ne.v Or!pans, and as THEN SM ISSION O a!u, the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
-oo )d. if not bete-- results should Th funilgation should ii, done in the morning, so that the room will be
- obtained in Pensacola. We advice that: I F froe of o'dor by night. and it shnitl be' done preferably in dry weather. When-
the Ipe(lic ', Pensacola be not di'- iY eLLO W FE VE AN D ever the condition of the patient will prmt,. a room adjoining the one
coutra'i-d. Thi.v have oroi:t;,y exp- 0 occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared for
riennci the worst of the prcscirtr visi- T S the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin-
tation. 11 H J lW 1"T Of j feted r SN The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as creenlig,
QUEER MANX CUSTOMS. is now conducted by the Health Authroitles. immediately after notlfictlom by
-A .t a meeting of the Orlean larih Me ,ical Soit -. hell Auust 12. 10-h :' attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay in obtain
Why Nntive Ate the MWent nefo'rr. mtn at te ci on te utt: end respo li lg sanitary relief Is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
Te pped he n rroh. re sps of the household in applying the proscribed regulations.
TPeculir to i lf ip the of tPeuli.r eo itself is the lactose of lws f i'' patients, in co'quence e y aci knowlge C Athrities In charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present
of the Isle of Man. The laws 0,f IE tire mo0lie o0 t rnusrL.-ion of thi.s disease by the ,,
land ha i'e never prevailed there, aiAl i A brie;f syaopsis F!o the r.,ementary lacis (Oalncei,'tl \\dii] y'e!low fov-.-
land hrop.e iaxs anp e st lender a of thee cur's sanier n- wdut. i thi y!ow fod r is Remove all ornaments of metal, Mich as brass, copper, silver and gilt
some of the Manx tenactments "re very vbich lp e hal utilize I In i tact hing, an s i:te'l to :"1 (, ty ar ll- frnm the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature.
curious. One of the earliec-t .j!o injl !shed fr the b-.l t of "'he t lnai's anadtrs as fotl! ,s" which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
"lnl Scots to avoid! the Ind wi.h the with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
extvesel at 1, into Setid, ELEMENTARY FACTS -F EDUCATIONAL VALUERemove from the eiom to be fumigated all fabric material after thor-
next vel that h into Stnd, ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors tf furniture and closets.
upon pain of forfeiture of their goods 1. Yolhlw fever may be dIned as atn acte, infectious, febri:r di-ea.':, The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
and bodies to Iprison." Another enact- which is t-ansmited from the sick to susep i :,le individuals through the inningss in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near wladows and
ed that "Irishwomen loitering .and i; a.enc of mosquitoes; and, ad far as known. by the -ing"' spei's. th" Steg- doors.
working be comiiandtied forth of this omyna Fa:ciata, which is the c;'.far,;on domestic or c.stern l't-quito of New Crevices can he closedd hby pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
isle Nvith as much colveni'n; speed as Orleans, aPnd in fact of all the localities in which vye'iwv feo r pr-,vails. then with a pa:-e maJe of flour.
may lieo" (T17tl. TIe firt of tle,-te laws 2. The germ' or tran.nlissible p-oicon ,f yellow tvr exi in the "-,1, Thni, .;;p.:r should Ic placed in an iron pot, fiat skillet preferred, and
was the rest;t of a s."ries of rnids on of yellow fever patients cuily idulring the fi-st three da ., o he toseas: ai-r- this placedo on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
the M..- ce-t by a Gnl!ow ri-v. wards the patlert ceases to be a menace ;o the ntai: of (ot r.. H.nc. t,'c, a8; inc. (.f water in the bottom. This is a precaution which miat be taken to
nr w t t 'ul lc It is ,.. : tl) t ',:" !ini)ortance 3. The Ino0 quitto (St ',gomynia FasiFat a) 1.j powerlr-s.s > coT'-iv.- the dis- thl- h'..i-se.
was at this period ttt lic Manx es-. e 'ise to a .suscete neron by its bite until at Ieat weo:a da.< ,ave el ps..,; Tl ;ulphur Is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting t.
Tom or-iated of "eat,_ tge lmcTt le- after biting the yellow fever patient. Ti s perio of ,t -t :atio: i t! '-. The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
fore they su;pped t brht." lest they l,"it"o is the ttnne t at is rquircd for the gerrn of the ,ii-,,.S( to bi- l'. : 1i aIndt wet';l ventilated.
hai'nld ], d(-prive.l of the mnire s ,ub- lridIy of th mofosqulit) and to tirade fr ni (' .:- et. >',. : i :-aliva:. N(OT-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
stantial I:Iart by t; anpp)..rani'e ;t thl:r >;antd. The I'Un'ted Ltite: A:-iiy Yvliow Forevr Co(m inim ion f i',i. in 1:)i '!.e r-~ by the width, and this total by the height, and to ind the amount
doors of this .-*c,-lininrn Inl1 h:ibs crew. '* ai In Cuba this p",ri;d varies f.'cm twelv-'e ,a:.s, in hile Ihit .-:intier m ino' us, of ,' -tiiphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500,
Alionm t' tinr the pnr <',e, s Twre to eIghti; day.s ani over. ia t;i cooter winter s'" on. and the result will be Lhe amount of sulphur required In pounds.
ordr .t-dl "to .ran.: a. the li inr.ch -(,)oorq, 4. After inetu ia:tig thl yel1ov.- fever gnrm in il ,o.l'- i' :,trhe n-'r,! i Takli. for example, a room 15 feet. long, tI) f"e: wide and 10 feet high, we
at the thin!. of ar1'-i.o- : n a l ti, p ai n-i.vc ,' e>i: i-.. the oS 'p .- i t r .adlIy t) tr nsnit he d:.,,- i (t ur-ing t.h,, wol.id m i !tlp' 1 5xl ~xl0, e quals 1.500 cui.ic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
lI."It ;ill i s,gg1 '." I 'r!-- : t :' se r: t riot, of 's n;.ural ] ,,, v-. -:i) 'ay .0 yi-.,i| o,'r i t, ,),iv.. )rovidei the -1 ha the am ount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
t',-<.th ( ;. ; yv l~w tvw a !. .:e tht i ltat' acc :, a r. (t \Va, !t R -( ; w i ; i r,) in!,oci ...... ..
"'xvh,-- -.v',-,r shall b< f,,n- l or ie'..-t':"I .( '1 f''ver -"'i:h a S'te.- tn ti t,-- '(-n, da s o'il. ( il :- .; w i': :., '..
to ,Ii" -v vr.ltycs h Iall1WrI... ecd .... i. i Ts.3
u .iI t.e woolen horn- > t,, !,r!.h, p,,pr<('.. it bites without coaxing within tvw '.--fo !r he rs ft; r nerging fromni
tlh,:- :: to contiun!- two hi an:i, ;antd to l t(]p ;p;AI ('Toe. It was be i've.l, at one 'TI ', tlihat: ( t!, f,'t ales of Stei ;
i\l.- 1l, .,- naked froo- th wit ip:ar t tit. a -sec.o:n, ili .h, or at uil Y MERCHANTS SHOULD
M,!Inx- ','m tenr the ]lI h conrt e:v'n t!idays hayv', s '~1; i'b.t Duprei says ;- t i!,, S eri ilyt: i' t li I !.'ou t i
Jr'-ar- till sworn, as they bave r t have been is,'lated an:(i rEarcd apart from It'o niale., will lt-e proniIv I'
l-ei, f 'r Imutnlrefds of yr,-rs. I.y thb t r.,J freq-rently. ProlbabIv nt .f, hey, h( have i;' geste I :f-. r blood n meal, and. lik
follow!::, r-us :."!:: "Dry thi:. loult .\nophil'

us anti tl!b '. ,:tte:,ts tLh'-eof., and by the 5. A pperi>d. varying from two to five days. usually elapses iIf'yr th,' '.,-,. f lj IJI I I L I
a wonderful works tiht od h:itth mni- ,f a n it: foced .;squit,5lt') be'fr('t ;T symrptomis of -!low fever wil! d.'-1v-lop i'i
ic- raculI:,::..i wrought In the t'eaven 10, human subject. (This is t :, incubation perIod of yell'.w tev'r, a, *h'
sh- n1,o)vv nml in the earth he:.,'ath in six United States A:mny Yellow F.ev(r Commis:ion found that in thinreon c.
." days nul se-vent nights, I do si'ear that of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitot, it v!.,.i H,
In I will. without respect of favor or from forty-one hours to five d.ys and seventeen hours, after inno- nation.)
or # fr:evdl.::p. loss or gain. con.xneuinity t 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Steoma isciata bteW EE LY JOURN AL
is- o or ainco t a 'yeoniw fever patient within the first th:'et days of the dseas.=,. it "ill ha',e
ot or ni evy or malice execu to icua th poison in its boly from twelve to ei ,hteen days ( Incuhation
an laws ,of this ile justly between party period in the nml--:tuito; then, If it bites a .u.,eptiible person at the expi:
Sand lnrt:, as indifferently as the her- :ion of this time. two to five days must elapse for the ,iisas to manifo '- The attention of merchants ad r
ring l'kh'.,oue dot2 lie in the midst of self in thie bitten per-on. T"her.for', ins'iesmating the irobatblle tp r oft y i t T
$' i the fish. So help mne God and the con- vyel,)w fever from a Singie individual to the sus-eptibl:, p-r.rons in his ev :r,:i. n general is directed to te act at e
tt-nts of this book." ::It, a period 0f at le.st twent y-six dla:. must I ,, ow d to ,:apsn r,. Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
Every '~wniiu. willow or spinster, in t succ.--s or fal'lire of any p;reeiven i mea.sures, directed towarls t1 ,!,--.
UNp- the Is-'l of Mani, w !r-ther she he ov.-ner. :r-:ction of the mo'qu'jio. can 1e determineI. Ini view of the fact t!:at :--,.': a practically every reader in the county Outside
oecup-,r or even I)odger, en jys the ay.s may elapse before a mosquito infected fri.m the firs: ca-T, may '!: oa f ll
>f fr:m'I.-e for the Manux house, of keys s.v ceplible person, this period ef observation should be lentthenel to th'r Of the City who does not take the daily,
actionss.' Eve rywidow enjoys half da.vs. which is the time given T'y -the health authorities of New Orieans in th Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
.o he1r h;.ttbnd's per..onal e.tnte anndi p'e'(-nt epidemic, to determine if a foc-us will devei p fomr an infecte t ea
..::: i'," iteret in h is rl stt, fr its t appearance in a given local:,. tically all of the city people and a large part of
Thile Stegmy.ia Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during eh- tln" .
.anI s!,- cnnnot b'e drive of thi .y t the poison is incu)batin., in its body itwoive to ,i-;:: t: ,ays). It nei-- the country people! but an advertisement in
*iwl. tor written o'rnent mnst he ot- ,,. -ely and repeated ly touring this period, b\:. its bite- : innoni.is; neither both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
t.-nl-,e., to all transVfrs annl le foting her l:tslbanl's property. On s. Yellow fever is not tranrsmitte:l or con;eyt-d by fomrtlis (. e. artlh Ic,. all of them-both city and country,
tLe other hand'. ro mtarrieatl woman or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fevtr patients ",r
can legally own in her own right cithlr their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, be Il'ing THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compdia-
mcney or property In the Isle of Man. or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity ion of the local and telegraphic news which
She can have no separate estate unless with the sick, is unnecsary. local a w
Epe~'clly provided before marriage. 9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of has been published in the daily during the
Pen. transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days ot I
eat'! England's Semitropleal Vegetation. the disease (a rare occurrence; and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to wedek, and it reaches every SUbscriber i timet
j19;, Few people have any idea that bite the body before decomposition has set in. fo him to Ted on S da
coplet within five hours' railway journey from 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black ay.
London there is a semltropical belt vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients. No P e ysco'la mTCllfhiwlt Wm th *
4,00 equal t many in South Africa. Ten 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
4.800 mennte0 only Iy steamer frca.s the stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease. 11 V & d cw W t
4.o800 intes only by steamer across the of Te W kfi Journ
4.800 sount. from Plymouth will convince Duties of the Trained Nurse,
5,50 the most skeptical of this fact. In theof th Train d Nurse. It is mailed to subscribers for SLOO
private gardens belonging to the Earl NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED year, and practically CVry Oter in Escam i
4.800 of Mount Edgcumbh there is one more I yar an prtic y y v r in sca ia
4,M! sheltered than the rest, though only NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON- county reads it. . -
4,650 separated by a short but stiff climb SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
4,800 from the sea below. Here in the ope '
4,800 flourish all the year round fine tree 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow, i R TT- A. "
5,200 enmellias of the true Cape variet.ee-- fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,' fT
..... rich pink and creamy white, one treg earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos- IN
4.800 exhibiting the pecularity of both colors quitoes, ard that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
4,800 blossoming at once: sturdy blne gms. the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way! I W T1t tT
00 blossomingtherein
7.335 grow here twenty feet high; l 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
4716 elmp of ant nnd dwarf bamboo. must co-operate with the physician in the discharge (f his funcons as guar-JOURN
state-1 splendid fruit and tree palms, the aro- dian of the public health. The trained nurse In this capacity becoming direct-
D rec- ntnte nutmeg and other spic., enor- ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent In preventing the spread
mouse Ieraniuma. ferns from all parts of yellow fever in infected localities. L"pon her intelligent appreciation ofr
of the world and, last, but not least, the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an J
gr. healthy oranges, lemons and citrons, non-tmmune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of -
e me all growing vigorously on their respec- the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, if not entirely, j
tlve trees--a wonderful testimony to depends. -,
i. the mildness of the south Devon and 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever! S bscrlbe for The Journal 10c wee1
lic. Cornish coasts.-Pall Mall Gazette. patient Is innocuont and absolutely harmless to even the mos-t susceptible l T ur w


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Te owah N W i of 7TN W W IW V Washington, Sept. 12.--Out
Mrs: T des4-e la In e prte of maze of doubt and uncertainty
irit tLtarpeat which was tfore- railroad legislation in the nex
sbadowe et onions of aOWthrning gre memer are becoming
my's 'e trae, came yesterday at aMninggreers are becoming
the de r. The maRrket opened dell the AU ia. Remla_ inclined daily to believe that tl
a- UiNW4am at 6% euta, oIn Lile U U Ite car lines at least wi4 have
a s c .a s e U ldertome of the Etf t may be that the lEkins and
ta a" prtiem her, asno qmand riches will concede this much
was la oeideas after the close and no railroad rate agitators in the hop
-Am were an. The receipts were The regular monthly session of the it will somewhat serve to satisfy
734 Masos t Ae d lpoments 209. The, board of County Commissioners wa! desires for the passage of a bill
I8w TaYk aAlrkmt wl quoted dull at yesterday, the mee
% casts 2 an d amdon was reported 1e yesterday the m ing oonvening the BEch-TownaenD lines. It is
at #--. shortly after 9 o'clock with Ohairman stated that at the interstate comr
the ngs market opened Arm at Avery presiding and all members commission information has be
p es telow, 1*wng an advance of present_ ceived from several important
S e~ Ia W. 0. and H to D, inclu. Ins-much as the city members are roads that they will not seek t
si m, at wt( OB at outside price The 7 .. .t
amI we ,8 barrels. T"Ie close not allowed to leave the city, and the vent legislation looking toward
as farm and changed and without country members cannot enter, the abolition of the private car lin
-dd#ttOw -eaems. In the late trading meeting was held In a hack in th tem Member Talk.
mst oEa were take at quota ~lle of the road on the quarantine A member ot the interstate
tsm though mne sae was made at an
vam* at 2% cents on N. M. K. and line. and was of short duration. 1 merce commission said today, i
1t oaf an 1. The receipts were 2.371 The primary object of the meeting eence to the recent interview of
d a7stmissioner CockreUl, that it wou
Sthe skpments 747. The was to audit the accounts, and order but right for the railroads to fu
?Nw leok mar-tM was qu 8.72%. was done, and warrants will be k. I not to be in a position where the
sued today. delegate any part of their duty
tfihPD DDn/ADiDl m ... .. .....,_. _. sponsibility as common carrier


DELAYED BY WRECKrevigeen poe
previous meeting. Robert Gonzalez
Se -basee Capitala t was chosen to All the vacancy.
mays: Governor Browerd was amons Complaints were read from a num
the imaeengers on the early morning ter of persons, who make a livlihooc.
train for Jacksonville. The Govern by selling wood and charcoal in the
.or goes to accompany Mrs. Browarf 'city. that they had no means now of
'and their daughters home. They have eI rning a living, and were suffering for
aice tbhe return rom their West- want of food, owing to quarantine re-
,em trip, been at fteir smmer home strictons, and they appealed to the
at Bart George. board for assistance. The board could
he train on wh'eh te Governor render no assistance, or draw upon
'was a passenger was delayed m-vre the county for such a purpose, but a
thaf an bour on account of a wreck commiUee consisting of Chairman
WUhih occurred about two bundre 1Avery anda Commissioner Sennott was
yards from the TaHahassee station I appointed to sollcit subscriptions for
th east bouno' train from Quincy ool- tlis purpose. All subscriptions wil7
lidlag with the fr t train which be turned over to Commissioner An
wsT standing on the mato track. j drws, In whose district these people
The eagles were considerably dam. are located and he and other responsti-
aged, a eatoned m n had his shoulder 'le parties will see that the funds
broke. he being the only person hurt are properly used.
in the o Msio All business possible was post-
The Governor en* Ms ftily will incmed by the board, which adjourned
retwn to the capital Monday. eator a very short session.


L a tli s so year lmtis a gr t 4 delL tr ad chills and fever.


LEWIS ANTI-MAL IA AND CHILL CURE
IT CURES TO ST AY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
SS Whlmte e East G6voumut Street
i W apo C10


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anyone else.
"Many of the railroads," coni
be, "are already airing this vie
the situation. In the Louisville
yards case, It was held speci:
that such special facility shot
furnished by the railroads. om
them are already won over t<
view, and have given us deflnit
surance that they will furnish
facilities.
"Two striking examples of th
tQe west are the Pere Marquette
Michigan Central roads, which ta
cf the most important fruit sectli
the country.
"The roads have not only as
the commission In writing that
will furnish their own refrigei
cars, but that they will put it*f
a rate which the commission hi
rea'ay said to them is a possible
They only wait until their 'pi
contracts expire, and until they ca
cure the necessary refrigerating
equipment and ice house stations.
Rates Will Be Cheaper.
"The rates which the commit
will enforce on these roads and v
the roads have already accepted
5 per cent cheaper than have
the effect in the past.
"If the next Congress will co
the private car line abuses by e
abolishing them or else so control
them that the commission can ge
same reasonable rates for the shi
they are now assured by a strict
forcement of the laws against coB
carriers, it will go a great way
wards accomplishing all that has
demanded by a suffering shil
public."
In addition to those roads mei
ed by the member of the comrmi
quoted above, it is sald that th
linois Central and Chicago IBurlin
and Quincy roads have taken ste
cyaetly the same c'zre-tion, and ti
r comparatively short time they
offer as common carriers all the
ties for refrigeration now furnish
their territories by the Armour
other private lines.

llaktims TarUWe.


MAY PLEAS OF


GUILTY WERE


TRAGIC DEATH


OF MISS WEEKS


A Remarkable Career of a Florida


Woman and Her Wonderful
Achievements. When Criminal Court Convened.

Regarding the tragic death of Mirs Adjournment Taken, Althcuh
Fannie Weeks, the former Florida' pe Day Will Th||w'fja.
woman who lost her life at Yellow- Plea Day Will Be Thursday.
stone Park by falling into the Grand -- ---
Geyser pool last week, as mentioned Many prisoners, cone inth
county jail, entered pleas of guilty
in The Journal, the Washington Post Monday when the court convened for
gives some interesting facts concern- the regular September term, Judge
ing the life of the woman who was Beggs presiding.
formerly a stenographer for Senator No business was transacted, ex
Wlknson Call. Amon other things., cept to hear pleas of guilty from those
Wilkinson Call. Among other things who wished to enter same. Of the
"Miss Weeks was born in Gaines- thirty prisoners going before the court
ville, Fla., about 1853. Her parents about twenty-five pleaded guilty and
are dead, but she has living a sister were sentenced. After this business
and two brothers-Mrs. Matilda Wade, the court took an adjournment t
of Gainesville, Fla.; Mr. Stephen Nov. 13, when the cases on the docaet
Weeks, of Gainesville, Fla., and Mr. will 'be tried.
Thomas Weeks, of Fort Myer, F'la., Pleaded Guilty.
all of whom have been notified of Those who pleaded' guilty and were
their sister's death. Miss Weeks was entenoed were as follows:
-,- educated in New York City, and was, Butler Beard, Jerry Taylor, Obediab
.for some years a stenographer to Taylor, Andrew Malachi, Jim Wil-
Senator Call, of Florida. In May, l'ams, Lum Richardson, York Davis
1886. she was appointed a superin- Steve Gators. Henry Miles, John Wi'
tendent and teacher of Indian schools liams, Gave Wilder, gambling, each
(H in Utah. She received her appoint- $1io or 45 days In jail.
S ment in this city, leaving the capital Robert Trotert Trotter, petit larceny, $26
for what at that time was the mosr and costs or 45 days.
turbulent, thinly settled, and destitute Will Dickson, second larceny, there<
AND portion of the Western frontier. For months.
six years she lived and taught among Wilk Helse, Frans Neumann, ano
ON the Utes, the White River Indians, WHIl Bird, 20 days.
and the Uncomphagres, learning their; Ed. Coleman and Ella Weill, lewd
language and obtaining an influence! and lascivious conduct, six and four
over her barbaric pupils little short months respectively.
of astounding. | Will Campbell, lewd and laseiviou.
f the "She was of great force and char-' conduct, $50 or 30 days.
as to acter, and was endowed with extra- Frank Newton, aiding and abetting
t Con ordinary courage. During the Ute; a convict to escape, 30 days.
more troubles of the late eighties, the agent I Cha. Taylor, doing business with
of the White River reservation, learn- out a license; ordered to procure same
ie pri ing that his life was in danger and ard appear before court Thursday.
to go knowing the Influence which Miss S am Anderson, obtaining property
Ald Weeks possessed over the Indians., by false pretense, six months in pen
d ths sent for her to come to thue post, itentiary.
hoping to ward off the impending dan-. Bud Trammell, using obscene lan-
>e that ger. The post was surrounded onfe guage, sixty days.
r their night by several hundred Utes, de- Will Coleman, petit larceny, $15 or
alon termined to have the life of the agent sIxty days.
even and his family. A band of them man-
aged to gain access to the agent'd (Proceeds of the Fight.
mercer house and were on the point of enter- San Francisco, Sept. 12.--Correct
en re ing his bedroom when Miss Weeks figure made public today on the Britt
rail appeared and barred the way. and Nelson contest show that the to.
o pre "A parley ensued in which the In- tal receipts were $48,311. That
Is th diana stated that they had learned amount was divided as follows: Nelson
e sys that Gen. Crook was soon to estab- $18,841.29: Britt, $12,56086; manage-
S ish a garrison 4 their midst; that meat, $16,906.82.
they had J formation that the soldiers
e com. were coming to kill the Indians, and
n ret that, furthermore, they felt certain 3W M k 116o sr .
SCorn that the agent whom they had trusted Mamma-Bthel, where have y
Iio b as a friend, had been responsible. been all this time? thel-Btting up
burial They demanded ho blood as the price with a i friend. Mamma-Nonsensel
ought of trea.'hery. Mis Weeks not only I bellUv you've bsn to the parlor all
y can prevented the Indiaas from carrying evening wtth that Mr. ottleigh.
or re- outphemis rt the theat so r Ethel.-Well, ma, bee lovesick.-Phila-
duced the agent he would not be d*Bh Ledge.
tinued molested. Ordering the Indians to be A Most tene.
ew o seated, she next threatened to shcot A MoTt NtuaMl Imerenge.
stew o ne of her subordinate school teachers Thy had Just become engaged.
stof who, hid behind the door, was making "Herbert," she said, "are you re
fically a great outcry. that you love me?"
Ad bo "Absolutely," bea wer
me of Calmed Savage Red Men. "Absolutely," be anere
o this "Having quieted the frightened "Heow can yoh t Ial?
te as. school mistress, she left the house, "By the fact that I am anxiomu to
such to reach the agent's room by a round- marry you."
about way. It was then that she real-
his in ized for the first time the extreme A Remarkable. comedy.
e and gravity of the situation. The house The most remarkably comedyevev
p one was surrounded on every side by written to "The Vestonar," by Des-
ms of squadron after squadron of mounted marete, the protege of IMebelleu.
Indians. Nothing daunted, however. Every character In the play has a hal-
sured she aroused the agent, who donned luctnation of one kind or another. One
they his weapons, determined, if need be, Is a coward who thinks he has con-
ratng to sell his life at the dearest possible quered the world, another a poet who
effect price. Together they returned to the conceives himself better than Homer,
as al- room where the chiefs were waitipg. another a lover who becomes enam-
one. A long talk ensued, in which a pow. ored of every heroine be reads of In a
sent wow was agreed upon, and the day romance, another a beggar who thinks
an se- following the agent and his men and himself riher than Groeswm,
car the Indians rode away to the new gar-
rison where the matter was satisfac-
torily adjusted.
asloo "Miss Weeks was fond of teaching lived, but he encouraged her to re-
which and was an ideal teacher. In ear'y main, and by degrees she became
., are life she had taught in the West Flor- greatly attached to her work. Several
been Ida Seminary. When she first went teachers that had been sent to thei
among the Utes conditions were such Ute country before her arrival had
irrect that she at first felt that she could failed and given up their places:
ithez not stand the work. Once she wrote through fear and cowardice, but Miss
oll.in to Secretary Lamar begging to be re- Weeks established a rule of iron. soon


A the
ppers
gr en
mnon
r to
been
pping
nation
Esior
e III
ngton
ps in
xat in
will
facil.
ier ii
and


Germany maintains a monopoly of
making stone marbles In spite of vari-
ous efforts made to wrest the trade
away. In the marble and agate quar-
ries there are innumerable chips and
bits of stone from the butting of the
large blocks, and this refuse Is broken
into cubes about the sise of a marble.
An experienced worker produces these
cubes of stone at an incredible speed
and with remarkable uniformity. When
about a bushel are ready they are
dropped between a grooved bedston
and a revolving runner. Water Is kept
constantly supplied, and in half an
hour the stones are turned out perfect
spheres. With abundant water power
the cost Is light, as a couple of men
can keep a dosen stones supplied and
the raw material costs nothing at all.
In other countries the cost of preparing
the blanks eats up the profits, and com-
petition with the German made prod-.
act Is Impossible.


turning the tables on the Indians, who
came in time to fear her instead of
LUCKY MISTAKE. her fearing them.
"At the time she arrived in the
Grocer Sent Pkg. of Postum and WhiteRiver country there were no
Opened the Eyes of the Family. schools, but by her efforts and the is.
A lady writes from Brooklne, terest which she brought to bear on
A lady writes from Brooklne, her work, she by 1892 had built up a
"A package of Poetum Coffee was fine brick school.
sent me one day by mistake. Removed by Department.
"I notfled the grocer, but findings "The government then, without ex-,
that there was no coffee (the old; planation, removed her from the ser-!
kind) for breakfast next morning, 1 vice, placing the school which she hnd
prepared some Postum, following the built up in the hands of another. Their
directions very carefully, blow almost broke Miss Weeks' heart,
"It was an immediate success in and her friends say that from that
my family, and from that day we have time to her death she was never the
used it constantly, parents and chil- same as she had been before. She
dren, too--for my three rosy young- cared little for the salary, but she
sters are allowed to drink it freely loved the Ules and the work of teach-
at breakfast and luncheon. They ing the Indian children.
think it delicious, and I would have ai "Three years ago a delegation of
mutiny on my hands should I omit the Indians visited the capital and imme-,
beloved beverage. My husband uspi diately made inquiry for Miss Weeks.1
to have a very delicate stomach while They were shown to the room in tbhe
we were using coffee, but to our sur- Treasury in which she was employed.
prise his stomach has grown strong These simple sons of the desert im-
and entirely well since we quit coffee agined that the Treasury building was
and have been on Postum. Miss Weeks' residence, and returned
"Noting the good effects in my to the West firm in that belief. Miss
family, I wrote to my sister, who was Weeks took them to Mount Vernon
a coffee toper, and after much per- and gave them a good time generally.
suasion got her to try Postum. She Before leaving they did all in their
was prejudiced against it at first, but power to have the government send
when she presently found that all the her back to them as their teacher.
ailments that coffee gave her left, she "On losing her position as teacher
got well quickly, she became and re in the Ute country in 1872, Miss
mains a thorough and enthusiastic Weeks came, at the instance of
Poseum convert. Her nerves, which; friends, to this city. As a result -.f
had become shattered by the use of her diasppointment she had lost all
coffee, have grown healthy again, and interest in teaching. Some time after
to-day she is a new woman, thanks her retuer to he capital she was ap-
to Postum." Name given by Postum pointed to a etlerkhip In the army
Co.. Battle Ceek, Mlch., and the "cause and navy pes on division of the
why" will be found In the great little TresMry underr Chief Henry Casey,
book, "The Read to Wellvflle," which which she ba& held for a period of
xomes in each pkg. thirteen years or more."


How to Judge
Beer


TASTE


Th ese a ot a ~e~
the brwlag p


SThe great mIaorky of bee p amess am y
or musty flavor, which leaves a most disagree-
able twang in the mouth of the drinks.
This It due solely to lack oad c lema my
brewers being indiBerent to th *sket. In
brewing the fasmoi

A. Be. C Beers
(TMe nly br bottle nb" th AM rwry)
the most scrupnlous cleanliness is exercised over a.
vessels, pipes or any object with which the bew
comes in contact, and every precaution that will Co-
duce to asitary parity is employed.


L The Americ
I. SOLD


c Brewin Co. St Louts, U. S. A.
[UN, Wfisas MDluer, Peinsa, FIL


No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGT3N, President M. E. CLARK, Cashlr.
C W. LAMAR, Vice-Presldent. JNO. PFEIFFER. AssLt. Cashir.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000


Henry L Covlngton,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody.
Frank "leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin.
1'. F. Brawner,
C. W. lAmar,
J. R. Saunders,


8. J. Fosahee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maurs,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannso,
McKenzie OertLig,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.


SAccounts of Banks, Individuals, C~,Wrat-r, *ad Firms **oillse
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposlts.
-u i


WM. H. KNOWLiS. Presldet.
THOS. W. BRENT, AhssL Cashier.


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W. K HYER. JR, V.-Prea and CI-h
W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. Cashie.


RST


NATIONAL BANK,

Of Pn0090ol0, Frla.


DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm H. Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent

FOREIGN AI DOMESTIC EXONIUiE BISUiT Ald S1


We draw ouurown Bi1ls of Ex-
nhange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Franee, Autria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belalum, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countre.m


Vessels disbursed upon the Ma8
Favorable Terms, and their 0Ml.
gations taken Payable at PMrt of
Destination Ten Days After, Ve
sel Arrives there,


Safety Deposit Boxes Por Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Rente-i.

Sevinga Depawtment-JInterest Pai d On DOW
po ts at ate of 4 per ent per A ..

L. HII/JON GREEN, aasSLwmI. T.32. W3LLS,. VrcS-PasaDrI.

Citizens National Bank,
of Penuaeoa. Florida.
Geo.W Wrght. Morris Beer. T. IL Welles
iz MN. zebaU L. l Son aGr oee
A .;ENIRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

AWwwn --------------- w'wwwwwww


Wbols.le and eatUll DoMier i
Steam, domestic, Anthracite

00ice--No. A Oth Palat s street. Telephone, 3.
Yards on Gnrro d ales streets. Phose, 6LA


t~a~ : SS ~aI


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CURIOSITY IS HOT ALWAYS A SIN -
ft will My yrm t amftlate of pie"e befo ney iM yew

Hardware, a8,6, Doors, Binds or Lumber.
We a has tmedlfe iateots, eimd UN nd Cmnmt. w
We esa ave you my on everything.


Saundrs Mill Company q

Office 29 Garden Street Phone 717.
FacMtor North PaWo Street. Phone 30
" -= --sto $0000000-^>^>..^>.^,,.^^^.....^^,.^


MAIF


TURPENTINE IS

ON THE DECLINE

MAR TAKIN A I 4OW" TUmt.E
WITMHN THE PAST TWO


COMMISSIONERS


IN REGULAR
.F.,lIfN


PRIVATE LINES

WILL HAVE TO

K.EMBERS OF CONGRESS
RAILROADS ARE UNITED
THIS QUESTION.


uuw R UEIIWvVIU


The matter of the appointment o a
janitor for the court house was consid


4L UL 5."Dwa IAEE. kore


NEW METHOD LAUNDRY.


INow&


W46. 8 I W ReMais P PaSOS, FAIL


DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR


YELLOW


FEVER


J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFIE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOL&
Director--L. J. Reeves, J. G. Reeee W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cat,*
W. 4 D'Alimberte t. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINes8.
YOUR ACCOUNT 18 RZSPWCTPULLI SOUCITD.
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GET IN LINE


Wow are yoe, Mr. Istalesmaant
Why, hello. Has Been!
Ba en't een you in dome time.
Am selling "FRANCES." a good one, of cowa*
"'IANCES?"
Why. to be sure. tMe famous Mobile Cigar, made by Frohlichstein
Clgar Mtg. Co. Everybody wants them, everybody calls for them,
everybody enoking them.
Never beard t the "FRANCES." Mr. Has Been?
Y-e- I've had some calls for them.
W-e--14, tae my order for aborted sizes, as I must have them.


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T"K PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1b5


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. S-PTEMBER 13, 190b.


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CHANGE OF UFE


S LLISEITWOMEN PREPARE
1ilOW e dPain of This Critical Pertd
WiMGMG by the Use of qdla R. Pink-
' ai Vetablo Compound.


How many wC,
men realize that
the most critical'
S period in a wo-
man s exzistene
is the change of
life, and that th(
: anxiety felt by
women as this
time draws near
ad is not without
reason ?
Sher system is in a deranged condi-
SMO, or she is predisposed tAo apoplexy
ereougestion of any organ, it is atthis
time likely to become active and, with
s "t of nervous irritations, make life
a burden.
Atthis time. also esaneersand tumor.
an more liable to begin their destrue-
1a work. Such warning symptoms as
aasse of suffocation. hot flashes. diz-
mmess. headache, dread of impending
001, sounds in the ears, timidity, pal-
pittion of the heart, sparks before
.e eyes, irrelrularities. constipation,
vrilable appetite. weakness and inqui-
tede promptly heeded by intelli-
ga %women who are approaching the
Varied of life when woman's great
ma' yhe expected.
L. linkham's Vegetable Cr-
eMld is the world's greatest remedy
XW oen at this trying period, and
S be relied upon to overcome all dis-
riag symptoms and earrv them
'24y through to a healthy and happy
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Siaigorates and strengthens the
Sorpanism. and builds up the
aed errors system as no other
~ihlne can.
ins A. E. G. HylaMd, of Chester-
ftm, ML., in a letter to Mrs. Pink-
Oftays:

1W yean ad was pa-ning through the
atif MK womb was badly swolen
-a Cood ndE of KrPms. dizzy spell,n
od Was very w nervous. I wrote
1 w dwi an sad commmeed treatment
Ly a rFinkham's VegYfhlA CoMn.
S dkw a dt ad I am happy toyrn
We:= aris n dn gyamtomfeft W i me.
a I tavem a safely thraogh edachage
1ka UU woman."
far special advice regarding this im-
prm t period women are invited to
etteto Crh. Pinkham for advice. It
4atbh tcad always. hellpfnuL


Whet Your Appetite

awd then conm to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.


where the best is
always obtaimabla.

ANl kinds of Fish, Soft Shell'
Crabs, Western Meat-
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,!
25 CENTS.


SAY, JACK,
how is it your clothes always look
0o aice?
That's easy. I belong to the

acmc a Pressing Cab.
They keep'
4.e in goo' shape and only charge'
*e one dollar per month. Why don't
'You oln? Just ring up Phone 675 and
gTve Malcolm White your name, or
see Eugene Reese at Johnson's store.


CO TTELL'SGU




Th Gulf Cit Market
Baylen and Intendencia.
W. FUlliagim, Proprletr
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL
TRY AND GAME It' SEASON.
FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
PHONE 895.
W.
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
Cy e. WELLIEr se C. rempe sa At* "g.

e(Cn, Heard and Done Amon, rh-;: Who Go. Come
and Tarry.VwWcmen and Society. Here and Elsewhere


THE CHAPERON SPEAKS.h
Very limp an l damp my cown and the
sun is leading down.
And my hat's askew ;.'ove my blis-
tered far'-.
But at last i', consoa' -ni and a 'lit
oi compensation:
To knvw my lamni. are gathered in
oune place,
For Doi.y. Amary l.s. an! the most im-
prudent Ph. ilis


and boorishly is no part of speaking:
the t -t:h.-Marie Fuller. in Memphis
Commer.-ial-Appeal.
Mr. James My, rs left 'e.(terday on
a pleasure trip to Cincinnati and
owher points.
Mr. Willie Hantz in in Louisville,


Novel, unique Mail J-oute

Planned for Lower Coast


DAPHNE READY

TO HOLD COURT

LOOKS AS THOUGH OLD COUNTY
SEAT WAS WINNER OVER
BAY MINETTE.
The Mobile Register says:
Mr. E. Q. Norton, eltor and pronr!-
etor of the Daphne Standard. who ha-.
been prominent in the Fs(ugg;e be-
tween Daphne and Bay Minette lor


Are seldom found lto' :her in one He Wanted to Know. possessionn of the Baldwin County court
house, officers and jail, was in Mobite
spot. A hisho- in full robes of office, with hodse, offers and jail, was in MobiPe
And the on re!axaton in a nap- robesof offi with. yesterday and had an interview with
ons vae action on in a c his gown reaching to his feet, was Jude S. B. Browne, of the circuit
Is to get them all together on a teaching a Sun'Jay school class. At court, relative to holding court .t
achtoe athe close he said he would -be glad to Daphne instead of Bay Minette at the
aL-ser any questions. erm which opens in the ca-ly part of
Hence I sit here glad. hough pAling, A, lItle hand went up, and he asked next month. Judge Browne was
for I never car-. for sailing, "..C. my quoted last week ps favoring Diphn.,
And I alwavs had a horror of "the an I ask said the boy. on legal grounds, explaining that the
sea., .Certainl:,' said the bishop. "What recent decree of Chan elor smith left
But at leas' the sa;isfac"ion of a P.:- is it? him no option in the matter.
tle forced inac:ifn el" asked the boy, "is dem all At the time he was interviewed
s a thin o acepte thankf oue go on, or do you wear pants Judge Browne apprehended a diffcuiev
: Is a thing_ to .e a' ce~tel thankftly. tunlr dem?"--Laiies' Home Journal. inhn
And Dolly. Amar:;'is and tae most nr em -L Home Journal n holding court at Daphne, owin :,o
imprudent PhylI;s ; lack of accommodation, the judge be-
For once they hea- my glance an-d Cured. li'eving that the fo.-mer couri nou-e
S murmur not "Were you ever in a1l your life had been entirely dismairtlel. Mr.
And content is o'er me stealing glum and discontented?" asked one. Norton assured him yesterday, how-
(though I'm sure my nose is pee.- .-ays the New York Times. ever. that the building at Daphne
ingt1. "Yes; once I was plum down i, could be placed in readiness within
For I know they can't escape me on the mouth." owned Uncle Henry, wi'h twelve hours, and that suitable pro-
a yacht. an air of candor. "But I got curedj vision could be made at short notice
-Life. right off. and I ain't ever haa' an at for the care of prisoners.
--t- iack of the blues since then." The result of the consultation be-
Mr Elwood McLaughlin. of the P. 'D tell us about it." teen Judge Browne and Mr. Norton
A. & T Ry.. has gone to visit his olI "Well. it was when I was a young is that court will be held at Dap'ine
home. Clear Springs. Md. n:an. I had just got a job working' on unless some unforseen legal barrier
!* ithe Erie canal. it was getting' late in: is presented between now and th-
M;ss Claude Bowie, of Tennessee, the fall, and I hadn't any shoes to my opening of the term.
is expectedd to spend the holidays name. and I had to send home every I


with school friends in t;iis city. red cent. except that would feed me
SI didn't see how I was to get a pair
Mr. W. A. Everet, who accompa- of shoes before winter set in."
nied his family northward las- Wed- "Well, that was hard lines."
nesday, expects to return in a few "So I thought," said Uncle Henry
days. smiling. "until one day I saw a feller
on the street that hadn't any feet. I
Miss Carrie Roberts left yesterday c';:'" ri'hily say as I've ever been dis
noon to visit her sist, r. Mrs. Charl-.s econ:fnted since then."
Pi ic, in Salisbury. N. C.


Hon. A. M. McMilan and family
are spending September in their co!
taec at Magnolia Bluff.


Dr. J. H. Monk and family are in
Cl..cago.
Mrs. 0. H. Gonzalez and family
have gone to Nashville. Tenn.
Mrs. A. E. Ynies'ra is visiting her
daughter Mrs. R. F. Jones in Colim-i
bus. Ga., but is anxious to re'uru and
be with her daughters. Mrs. Foin-
taline and Miss Aline. Mi's 11-: a
an(d Miss Bessie Ynies:ra who are a,
'heir home here.


We a-e not to t(ll lies nor to evaroe.
nor prevaricate. nor exIaize-a'. >One
may tell a dastardly li, -' and not op n
his mouth. There are timess when to
be silent is to proclaim a falsehood.
But speaking one's, mind brusquely


Get the worth of your monov. De-
mand Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla
IExtracts.

LAUNDRY NOTICE.
Owing to the scarcity oI collections
and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
raham from the city, it is necessary to
place the business on a cash basic.
Monthly customers are hereby notC
fled that money mist be left at horn,
to pav delivery man, or package wil
by brought back to laundry office.
STAR LANI)DRY,
"sept 1w By H. J. Mackey.

THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS.
113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE
ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN
CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA-
TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP.
HORSESHOEING RELIABLY DONE.


The Journa/'s Daily Fashion Feature


SIMPLE DESIGN FOF HOUSE FROCK.
Almost any of the modish nia.er!a': and again at: he waist line. The
at the moment will do well for this '.- eve is a shirt-wa.s: pattern, and a
smart design; but mohair is especi.y Iress effect !s gained when it is
o na TO nd at the evbow. The skir
suitable, Esine It shea' dust and do<-as '.n sevt n ores. with shirrTins In
:.ot crease or crumple. The bodice ba. F-ea! of dars to fit it over the hips.,
a fl ted Unlng. the back fo-owing tht and a simple ruffle at the foot is put
f -'ng seams. while the fronts are on with a shirred heading that addsE
:::, Ia on wil' a shirring at the throat I mn,-h to the dressy effect.


GOVERNMENT


CONTEMPLATES


weadinas and Fanerals In Chlma. ticability of establishing ":hY. route
Strangers In China have the greatest Mr. Robinson. assistant s:iper:nten-
difficulty when meeting a funeral or dent of the railway mail service, wir'
wedding procession on the street to .headquarters in Atlanta. who has beenr
distinguish one from the other. The in the city for the past several days
same red cloth coolies, carrying roast- left this morning on the launch Lucilc
ed pig and other dainties, appear in VWalter Ritlow, commanding, for thc
lower coas-t.
the procession, the same smaller coo- Stops will be made at all the points
lies carrying cheap paper ornaments v.-herI i is proipiri to est ablish aI
and the same noisy turnout, and all del!!very and collecting station, an I
this when some old person is being upon the result of his investigations)
carried to his last resting place, as and report will depend tI'e action ol
when the youngest and most beautiful the department nt i :i Te I)r'(emnls Ps.
Celestial maiden is being carried to
the new home prepared by her hus- FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
band. The crowd at the funeral is as The feeling of imp *'ndln.g doom in
noisy as at a wedding, and the guests the minds of many victims of Bright's
eat just as much. The only difference disease and diabetes ha,- been chang
indeed between the two is that in the ed to thankfulne ..- b; h 'li-,neftit (e-
rived from taking Fo-c vs Kidne'
center of one the bride is carried in Crire It will cure in ipient B'igdht's
an inclosed sedan chair, borne on the diab)etos and even in ;lh worst eascs
shoulders of some men, and followed give's comfort and rei',f. !Si ht dis
by her bridesmaids. In that of the orders are ur.e,l in a f w days. "I
other the coffin is carriedd "~'~A1 the hail diabohtes in its wor'- oarm," write.
mourners follow. Indeed, an English Mar on Le of l)'in -',ath, Ind. "1I
writer says that no event In the life tried eight pi)lslians with relief. Only
of a Chinaman Is half so important three bottis of F,~vu s Kidnov Cur-
as his funeral. made me aNt w'l. zin." '\V. A
D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apoth-I
The naptr Man. cary'
A certain king once upon a time fell
Into a state of deep melancholy. Court Put Himnelf i n Pnwm.
physicians could do nothing for hivm While eor1e Frederick ,.ooke wns


and were In despair. when a certain
very wise man belhonght himself of
the well known cure of sleeping In the
shirt of a perfectly happy man over-
night. So courtiers were dispatched
everywhere in search of the shirt of a
perfectly happy mnn. One by one they
returned from their fruitless search
throughout the vast kngdom. At last
only one courtier remained out, and
he. too, began to despair of filing the
shirt of a perfectly happy man. I'
was jnst anbut twilight and lie w.n,
riding over a village green, when he
was attracted by the careless laughter
of a disreputable beggar who was
stretched full length upon the sward.
"Are you are a perfectly happy man?"
demanded the courtler, reining in his
horse. "You bet," said the beggar.
"A thousand crowns for the loan of


your shirt!" "But I
replied the beggar.


ain't got aone,"


NO MORE DANDRUFF. *
Newbro's Herplcide Destroys the Pes
tiferous Cause of Annoying Dandruff.
Does your head itchb? Is your coat
or dress full of white flakes after
dressing your hair? That's the ef
feet of dandruff. Is your hair thin
n!ng? Are you beginning to get bald
in spots? Are you already, in fact,
rapidly becoming bald? If so. that is
the effect of a measly little parasitt
that burrows in at the root of thet
hair. and throws up the scalp in dan
druff and eats off the hair at the
root. Science's latest discovery Is ,.
d, stroyer of that pestiferous germ
That destroyer is contained in nc
other hair preparation on earth but
Newbro's Herpicide. Try It, and be
convinced. A delightful dressing
Ior sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, drug
g'st and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox
psreet, or send 10c in stamps for sam
pie to The Herpicide Co., Detroit
Mich.


Our Method of

Laundering

Kills AU

Disease

Germs.


The Star Steam
Laundry.
37 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
Pensacola. Pla


00




AC


p lyingioi neil wfi'ig'I;]irl I l .n'Yw Iorik
lni' wn. dunnc,l f')r .'ti) onea0 afternoon
by an creditor to-) strenuous to lie put
off.
"Cone on., tlben," 1-i-Il Co,)ke and led
the wny to a ieilghoring pawnbroker's


Sshop.
* "My good man., I put myself in
Spawn." he sa!d. "TAtek me up in a
el iset. Don't let nme out. Give this
man the ticket. Now"-to the creditor
- "take It to my mann,,er ;and tell him
thit George Frederick Clooke Is locked
up here in pawn for .$5,)i. Don't be
uneasy. In an hour's time the curtain
must ring up. You'll get your money."
lie did get it, and when the excited
manager, his nawlence waiting, drove
furiously to the pawnshop he found
Cooke locked up safely behind the
counter, sound asleep, and, being
locked up, sober nnd ready for work.-
]Rebecca lnarding Davis in Saturday
Evening Post.


The First Sugar Canes.
Arrian In his "('ircuit of the Red
Sea" allndes to the sep which "flows


from reeos. TIIICKIns like boney and is -
sweet to the taste." Seneca, who
Chambers' Encyclopaedia says was
"born at Corduha a few years B. C.." .
writes concerning the use of "burn&e l
snenr" among the people of India an,'"
concludes by adding. "In my opinion
the use of sugar spoils the tooeth.
Nearchus says tbst sncar cane wn-
first made known to the western cour ^
tries by tbh conquests of Alcxandc
the Great. The first of the 4siur can,
were brought from the entt to SIc'. i c
In the year 1148 and two years late c
were Introduceed in Spain. In 1508 t!f'
Spaniards brovgbt some of the see,
or plants to the West Indies, and fro:.
these the present industry has grow.
According to the London Economist.
5,107,000 tons of sugar were consume'i
by the inhabitants of the world in



, TERSELY TOLD I
BUSINESS LOCALS. a ,
-Iz :
Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish I
estimates on building and painting I
and give personal attention to work ,
932 E. Strong, and S24 East LaRud *
streets. !
McKinzie Oerting t Co., wholesale. '
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers j
the only first-clasb house of the kin. !p
n Pensacola. Fair 'tes to all. *I
Why use Inferior paper, when yolu *
"an buy Kelso Bond. F-cnch Dimity
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V .
Thompon's. 30 S. Palafox.
Saner's extract? arr thr' S'andard
;uarante-ri pure. All others mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's. #4*


&As1)1A A^ lai


Life Is t


to Run

Let us supply you
articles to A


EXTERMINATED
We have a large stock of

SOIL OF
SULPHL
INSECT
jfrRing Phone 1100 andN R
*that this is the
fo l Birthplace of Prompt DeI



SHOOTON'S
OPEN Al
OWVILAX fitf T/ TI


:a a .t 'AAAAOt


with the


E MOSQUITO


CITRONELLA,
JR,
* POWDER, Etc.
emembe
livery.



PHARMACY,
LL NIGHT


i


Your pick of any of the Strap Sandals,
Patents or Plain Leathers, all


$2.50 Grade Now For $1.75.


COME QUICK AND GET A PAIR
OR MORE.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafox Street.


'U
d


Feet Furnishers For Folka.


IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.

Leave Your Orders with Us for


Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.


Sol Cahn & Co.


The
Phones178 and 480


Store that Feeds
the People, .


M.~i*~*3.3aM ii~ 31t3 3 ~ EDP 1-3*-***~f.*34-aaa-aaa.


DIAMOND
CLOCKS


ARTPOT1


DS, WATCHES, JEWEl
PRECIOUS STONES, BR
STERLING SILVERWARE,
FERY. OPTICAL GO(
CUT GLASSWARE.


&ngraving and Fine Stationer


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention


E. 0. Zadek Jewelry 4


MOBILE,


ALA.


FURNISHING AND TAKING UP
MAIL FOR RESIDENTS IN THE
KEYS-INSPECTOR NOW EXAM-
INING THE CONDITIONS.

The Miami Me, ropolis 'ays: If re
sults are found sa.sfaco:i.o; and tho
p.'ojec't of th, pos'ltfice dI p rinin .it
i, carried out a- i( iow .ntentul)p'a'e l.
there will he in W:),.-a:ii'n a( an early
(late oilne of ;he n, i-i novel an.d uniqu-
mail routes in exi-ltie :n t.he Unitedl
Str.,:'<
The plan is this: To operate a mail
boa' fr, :,i Miami twice a we-k Ideliv-
ering mail. fi st at, Cape F.orila. Thu,.
Soildler Key, then t, 10 -'veral points
a dozen or more on: Key Largo. Elli-
(ots Key. and so on .lovn to Planter.
making in all a dozen or more stop,!.
At each of the n'laes of delivery ma'l
boxes will be erc'ce!i and at' he same
time mail Is delive:(e it wiLl be taketi
up. At many of the tI.nts \viier, de-
livery is contemplated there are quite
a number of families, this being es
p;eila;ly true on Key Largo, Elliotts
Key and Planter. al, of whom. exeP);i
ho.se of the ;la'ier place, who seci're
their mail i4,ai from ho-e, have t)
cone to Miami for depositing or s
curing their mail.
The new route if established will be
novel and an innovation in more way.-
than one, one of which will he that a
good portion of the route, covering a
distance of nearly one hundred mile-,
will he made in hazardous and ron-,th
water, which at times will make the
voyages perilous and in otiiers force
the abandonment. of a trip or two
during storm periods.
To inspect the feasibility and prac-


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Do You Read, Evenings?

That's what a Morris chair is for no 'retch out In. Ad-
just the back to any desired ar.-e anr.d enjoy a good
book or your evening paper. Lw'r u~ show you some of
these great big Peay chairs on hand. Carved oak frames
and reversible velour cushions. \We won't quote prices
this time. you might think sometlhng was the matte*
with them.


MARSTON & QUIMNA
108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
I*$ 5ee fTfftfffT ***********ttttt 00,


The Pure Food
Store.


Let Us Send


You a


Freezer of


Ice Cre&m

f 0 -r y O:r 0. '-, r- r ,
'r for c' -, .
sDnP Pu:'v ":, ;-:thful.
ron"'.:st-nz, ai: ,h, s,




Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. Pa!fox. Phone 999


II


GET NEXT, QUICK!


THE CHOICE OF ANY OF OUR LADIES'


$2.50 OXFORDS $1.80
$200 ..FOR..$8


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDSVESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER It, 1906.


U


iHave a DefiniteObject!

Every man should have some defi
in view. There is no one object
whole fa'-aly can save with so mn

For a Home.
The thought of the future joy sofi
economy. Money paid on a home
present security and

Does Away With Rent Days.
Vc can start you right,



Pensacoia Investmen

W. L ENOWLS, Presiat L LL SUMSOX,
J. LM MA,. V-Presast$ ea. lasa60r. KNOWLES BYER

216 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla


WANTED HELP WA
IWANTED-Board by couple withoutWANEl--Energptic
ehildre,; toeation must be in eage county to post sJlgn
of city and near car ;n,. Addr'es< di: ','.ius samples; sa
-'L wis," care Journal. 10ep3t S, Pr day for expense
PLUTO! PLUTO! Ito b N.y mNational Cssnt
Keep your system in condition NPhilade ioal o.,
and you need no; fear an ',*eas, f iiadelhia.
Pluto, the great ston.ach eaer. fr WANTED.-First-class
sale, wholesale and rea, by Ja. flr assistant teach
McHugh. ___ Chipley High School.
WANTED.-To rent or buy improved L. D. McRae, Chipley,
place, not more than s miles north 10septIw.
or northwest of Pensaola w'sIth 15 to WANTED.-Agents m
25 acres of land in ci;!;,at!of- ,ts- WA th.-Agehae an
tine Hutto,. olts, Fla. leptli ir ith e cheapest anv
KING & HUAL, contracting. painters at $2.o (. Big profit.
and decorators. .:>ne varnishbltn .,ry. Seneca Filter C
and fnishing. Sign pa'r.t. ng a p"- lspti':*
ciaity. Residence phon. -i A29au.
Mrs. Laura W Crery wli rep.me preferred. Apply to
agency for the Winola n hi- rCoons, N. 1375 E. Gad
and solicit the patronage ol al. form- ,ISep-l*
or customers. If interested in gol ----
boaoery send potal card ai.d she wil! WANTED.-A frt cla
call wihli saimpS, or phone 14-4. i or operaTe a Ch
27auglm 0 Machine. Address the
tauo a 'hil, Co. Freeportf Fla.
WANTED.-rou to know that you cha .. .
buy nice, cle.au o;. papers at -his WV.ANTED.-Smirt you
olce cheap. i:fiuLnvce largee ord
WANTED-iEverylo ty to know that kntn brands of whisk
our Blend of Coile ay im'a-l WIth particulars; re



we are B poneer Coffe Roaber, t age branch offie and
butera. New Orans Grocery Co.. p or large manufac
Jra. McHugh. Prop. 0 sh, Prop.rt wth, $1500 frtp
ROOMERS WANToD at No. 17 We.l conrissimns and expe,
JARu= Street, city. 2aug6w* m;s", lape good referee
-".- cash, capital secured.
WANTiD.-TIe Merchants Transfer ecesap. Address "
Ce. wants your moving and hauling. 21 West Atwater St., D
Al breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor-. ept.
st. Prop. Phone 978. 18junclm.
We want everybody to know that we WANTED--Tht people
are wholesale and retail grocers and to cease wo-r:-ing. I
ill at the old stand. New Orleans Want Ads saove the prc
Gmcry Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. They are expe-t deteot
ft0 I le t man you are
WA e hrbe i included la the 2
WANTED-Your electric work of aU people whica makes th,
ktest. Lt us clean your fans. re -,Pensacola.
air yro dynamo, do your wiring. etc.
oq S70. PeacoIa Electrie. Oo, Any ltelligent person
aeMr lateedencla nad Baylen street. good income correspon
LJunelan. papers; no canvassing


WANTE-Hauling atAd transfer
wet. Omce phone :63. Reside.oe
*one 3M. Acosta & White. 1:-28 N.
35meh
'TIED--Orrt5 fos The Journals
peaial Pe sacola and Panama Canal
gitio, which will shortly appear.
W l owtatln half-tone pictures of city.
brtboi *ad special scenes. 15 cent.
LSvTe si Or at Journal offlea
FA-N T>--Second- and Cora. Oat
&ea cotto& aeed meal sacks. Out of
towv shipments oliclte4. Write as.
F. S. Mellen & Co. 2omarchim
7. k.. MINt.HAM waILs your nur.ag
sad hauling. He guarantees all break-
age. Phone 80.m


MKCOklpk-ANv f'U54.Lht UaUi.. ziouse.
hel Articles. Jewelry and any sale
able Artile wanted. We pay cbsh
for It. Ahdre.m P. O. Box 353. City.
i6dec


TWl RENTAL BULINLkS is
sapeclmalty and your busBiMs
bave careful at LIoa. D. Hial
"a & 0&L


distributing d A- "'" F'-5 *.... '. *.. --
urer. salary my office. Thiesen Building for furtr- V
rer. a y oer particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
rear, and extra 24auglm. a:
nses. App!icaut
ncPs and $1000 FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
Experience un house at Goulding; large yard, el
Manufacturer, shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet nu
)etrolt, Mich well and outhouses. A good bargain., p
Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla.
22 aus3w mM
of PensacolSa OR SALE--Secoud-hand cnsa regis- A
et The Journal ter In perfect condltioa. Will sell
oblemn for yon. cash or or, time. AJ roal bargain. Can
tives, and can be seen at Jameb McHugh'a. 23m4A
looking for if FOR SAL--BeauUful btlok In New
5.000 or 30.004 City. Tract No. 1 For cash i00-a.
0 population ofL Apnl to A. M. McMillaU. Court Houaa. -.


may earn a
ding for news.
g; experience


u-..c.u-,,^. ouu fr psrtculars.
Northern Pre" Syndicate, Lockport
N. Y. wpte m
WANTED -Agents in different coun.
ties in Florida to hand! Alpine Safe
and Lto:k Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo:;
- ates and Vault Fixtures of every
(h scription. Write me for terms.
S arri,: .Moreap. Pensacola, Fla.. Flor.
ida State Agent. 28June.
DA'- HOTEL---Oen night and day.
European plan. Rooms eightt and
clean. Translent trade sollated, .75.
F-9 South Palarto. Jo9. S N '-olar,
Prop- 6oy.


VANTED.-A few boarders in private
family; eonvenielnt to ra'lroal shops
ad on street car line; Larse rooms,
ith privilege of use at baths and tai-
phone. Address D, C. S., care Jour-
al. 34auglm
ARTI=S who wvat to rent. hosav .
%ags or anytUig else for tUM
amter, vwil fl4 TUe Journal Waut
ds a great helI.
frONd


OUND.-A few days ago, a package
of letters and papers were found;
,I.n cL t4eJu off diQ* har ra fn- 1J 1 1


--I o -- aX e te4U eer C ma U 1 -rge or J.
laUg Kanen. Owner may have adem by,
GO TO TURTON tor all sals Blan paying for this ad.
Cameras loaded and unloaded tree
of Charge. s e make b photo FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H..
graphs lina tae sathL. 32 yesrs h da1 marked with a orop and split aad us-
e"-. -W.m der bit in one ear and over square igz
WALL. TINT by ox.ert.s; p"an.s other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
WAL,.-Ll., ..... TI S by ... .,, __,n ...C. P. Gonzales, Bhemi- #l-
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rioe. Phone plying to C. Gonzalez, Bohemiao .
4 i 2iulyi&m
FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine,- ---
younrg mules, sound and in goedl LOST
condition. Also one 2-horse aStud-
baker wagn.,W. S. Garfield. 4June.
baker wan..W .. .areld. IST.--Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua
FOR SALE.-Shineles and wood. Millj street, south on 9th ave. to Wright
just west of Muscogee wharf. C. T.. street, thence to Palafox, north to
Creighton. 10sept2m Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob-
FOR SAILf-Kkill the germs of fever-; ably contained some valuable paper.-;
ora'er a barrel of slack lime to-day. itif found return to Journal office and
Phone 367. 4auglm ) get reward. septt;


114-


ouu
wll
w",.


FOR RENT
0R RENT-Cr'age with oah ;n '
gas. 1107 E Cervantes. two :o.- -
oem car line. Apply J H. W :V '. b.
t Forbets s Are. 13seplw*
FR RENT -12r r.on --icrn- r
Hayne and Wright atre,-L. App.y
W. S Garfield. 27aug.
POR RENT.-Sima.. farm 1 block -..I -
side city limniiz on _-'unty har-
B.d. withr .x% rxon-) hous,'; wir.d n-11.;e
water pipes ;n .ard a:-d al3 through
house. Ruc, reasonable. Aprly .
M. McC'e.lan, at Pirst Natioral Bank,
pensacola .26an augl im
POR RENT-4Irraine House, corner
Hayse and Belmont streets. Apply ,
W. S Garfeld. 12jul <
POR RENT.-Re.,.denc. lately o> r <
cupied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W. 4
LaRua street Apply to I ML. Cary,
8 S. PCla&1^ *i'eet. Tjufb
1OR RENT-Twenty-room "asouse, oo. '-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Saltable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs M. J. More, 21G Last Zarra-


IF


YOU


ARE


LEAVING


THE


Let us attend to the collection of your RCNT.S We Intend to
stick by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our
ollents our first consideration. Do not lose feath In your In-
vestments or saerfrMoe your home. Pensaeola real estate Is
worth as much to-day as It ever was. We offer


CITY


12septlw" I ... ..... h . ... .., ....
l Buildi-g.
PIANO TUNINQ. Ofeeo Houar-a:s0 to 11 m., a"d
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile A to S p. t.
Aia. I will satisfy yo, in price an'I Realtence, 10 North Palates. Phone
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 2t 45-two rings. Opce PbiMe 1*
,ast Gregory St., Pensacola. 8ttDPyq---8ulect to caltl
29augi.m* ..-- -- r


Old newspapers ar awod for many
things. You can got lota Qtf thew
cheap by eallint at this mflom.


THE
SHORT LINE


'ItiuULAiK MAIl LIN*-Go*4 *oarva ,...to.,..
ance for traveling public. Dally a C
4 a .. ,o .. Cal8fornBa and Northwest
mia. 34me via
IAL AL WSA tA"l .C. Chicago, Omaha. St. toui* and Kansa
prAL X TATR In ill rts a et C City i4 -the
You buy the grenad and w* ty W the
build oair house oa lnea tieor M-
n r- a Walson & Union PoCflO
K'lU fr Dam eae a, and couectiopsn, iVthth O h sleeping
Gest's etothlag elesaad, pressed n4d ears.
iepalred on short notice. No. 114 One-way colonigtI ea sale from
WeMst 0ggernet it.,' Peassoola. ye September 1ith to I er 31at, 1905
tl< i To California, Orega, Washtngton,
FOR ONK DOLLAR AND PIFTY Montana. Utah, ete.
CENTS per head, we will baul out Rleolal round tl rates to Califor-
dead beeA cowl It. l* I war4l ,1a and the Lewis & Clark Emposi-
at 13 East Intendencla. Herrtnh tlion at Portland, Oregon, ulti Sep
Bros. g tcnmber 28th.
SAILMAKER. Ask for through rate from your
H. PORTER. inc1 er,. 7 Soath! station and secure literature. In-
IPalatfo street Orders taken ft, formation freely given.
tests, swings, ca p stool sa4 baoe J. F. VAN INWSIMLAR,
cots. etc. Prices reaslsable S3aMS General Agent,
13 Peaebtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
.. ----. W. ELY, T. WP. A.


mom very ThurW G441S1 t TA6
at the *am ball 04 we* -tA-a
street. Ylailoss bretb tes"
invited. T. G. wrlWap
R. XLWITKOVSU.I. UeeOMeM

Naossi Wo xC I. Ii, uhqfm
tamg petin every Mandmyay migt 84
a 91910@k to L 0. 0. r.
M~g sisters tdvluB In
E esent. MRS. I.DTW to h

EL tB.A. fNla U) Oet usa
bthid Wedgeas OTGOIRS sa is :80
mp. RffrdHaf.No. 10 W"st 11A
dencla Street.N
j.~ ~ ~ A Oks~w~.A FELz, I14W


Ijy. Oak Camp N& 1. V. a.
Meets In Ppthian Ma lId "d Q3
Weduendays In easmoknsib.VIuIN"~
sovereigs ooidla)1y tRVmi
7. mm"OOM CL .
LOUUUUIU. RUOWL&. Ob"~
W. 0. W. C., Oak Or"*, W
Woodmen OrClye meeto Jsj 'Pqvstp
of each month at 3:30 p. m., ard #"
WWhtson bu~l41R#. southwest 4"per
Palafox and Garden streets. VinlhIt
covereIgns cordially irvited. UMrW
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. X. B. olemm


FGuardian.
Walter S. fHooton, -I hI.a
General IDtler In St. A svj a
Di1cydej&NcydeS dii* "i~
TErfA Mff TA NPON
do W. ILSARXOW, Meeter.
and j~gUTO4 IRS T.VLA~d i?" SWt 1311 MI
CYCLES R11PAIRgi~. FREIGHT MiKVICU
8YCLER FOR 1111E7NT..ew~w
-me"' PK%-SAOLA. MURILE.E APALAC~b,
Iron gates, Cash itRIe4MwLT .coI-A, CARRABEL.La, ST. As&
writers, Gopp, Piftols, Lqqk* &ad 'DRW.MLVIL
bYsim lsArepaired.
IAW4 Mower% #**M uKnivesAid all points an St. Andrgwg I
at. liree C~rr~bs11eand APAIA,%Aiea.
iist Omp c tu ine .1tky@ toPensacoia, Sund 113
city. xg" sIner 3eUvl ,for 3Mobile, Ala.
when Is a hurry to sead Pseesmgea. IA&VO Peascel... Tu..sda, 9:n
II EAST INTNDENCIA ~ .*for $t. Aut4sews, M.14iF.';e*
jela, CO~Carrshelie and
12 RST ITEN0MCIAST. Points.
PNQNE 1list For additional intorms:l-n a *
V. IL COBB, ?rese"
CA~c~ox m AL Om t. sad lPass. Aft
E *RIS AND 4M MEALMILLS essays" MVi


*MISTAN "N' 11*.AL. Prps


C"O NIlr pr, M~zmmrmlag

bwW4 Ism o w .m-0Stoyew
sitty.


B, UN RIIT &
msnulladot'v
and DeaesIm .
LUMBER, LATWS. SAW1EQIVPREf9*,
SHINGL99 AND KiLM
DR190 SAM.


The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements

-|e aef r m*,w A bX No advertlsement tatln ;Ir 14 than 22 pe f rates by the mon th.


I-


A NIoe Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for 097 625
per month, house In first-leass condition, .

A Six-Room House on East oelmont street, a nIce home, at #1400
Money at the lowest market rotes of Interest on Improved or
vacant real estate.

THE FISHER REAL ES TA TE A 0ENC Y


206 Sou~th PolabxStreet PChone 6 S.


.--------------------- -.^-__.---_- ^ . -^- _-.--- -- ----- -- .- .-


S For sale REALTY WE ARE SWILL
CHICKEN WEALT produces a L
MaJkes fowls eapeclally well avrd, r A I doing business at 304% S. Pala Dox St
The cheapest food to i fton BA AK lN and not running from fever. Rents
Mellen A Co. P.one 84. loet collected. Real estate bought and
nite object FOR ALE OR RNT.-Black top sod. t but
for which tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- 750.00 whether you go or stay let u collect can place their property in our hands for
luch zest as ties to camp out of town. Address P. vo,,r rents.4 $ ....
lU. ZCSt-aS Box 44a, city. Will buy this week a new well uni!t hoEvrything in the real estate busi- C 1 t/i n of Rents, Pay-
FOR SAiLE OR RENT.-10 room house, including 3 lots, all fenced. sil- ness receives prompt attention. m Of raX-m_ tr -in, .
house and 120 acres of good l4ud uated on corner 2 blocks from car line ment o T f ar.x Keeping it prop.
located at Gonza'ez, Fla. Either to-. I West End; nicely painted "nd harl I T Cry IftUrd Ofr DiSpOS/fn of
gether or separately. Terms r:asoi. iled on inside. LESLIE R. KU .
tens every able. House may be rented tempcr- -- 1 Isame, Of 141 o i y
is an ever- arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's oe- $10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per .---- fver or not fever, and any busi
flee. 3 sept. cent. Money Loan.
FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long -- to n entrusted with us will receive
10 ft. beam. 24 inches dr augt,! YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED.. DO YOU WANT to borrow money ito caretul attention.
speed 8 miles hour; IS H. P. Barborl amounts. ro $ W.-0 p? We ,_ .,
gasoline engine in good order; will $10,0.00 to loan at n 8 pWer CorrespondCnce solicited.
seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice Interest. Thoa. C. Wato A, % .Co 6 au
taken a: once. W. A. Smith, 232 W. I I ....W _ ._P_^__ ,
Government St. lSauglm L.SL,3. DBROW N & Co .T To i --a ." Th5 W at Onn r ea
for F iTe and urglar Proof Safes TanidS bu1tA. .A gI lie
t CO0 anuft ,ured by o ,alldescriptos ,, Fisher b Ad. Leadig Real lsta, iRetal and Insurance Agens,
it c o o Manufactured by Alp.ne Satfe UAl rvW aESELt.., iJ 1 MONI ;-OA" oW a% any MlaB'I t, . - .- -. M1
Lock Comupany of Ciacinnati Ohio. -- ,_ _ las of yo.oal p.perty, pa-ab.e i Cor. Palafex and Garden Streets, Pensacola, rla
Communicate with me for prices and .--tlv or mcontxly. W hen /o n .ee.
.terms before buying elsewhere. Scar! FO F SAL LeE t> sewe. J. k.Wilac 22,wi .
, Trlasurar. Itt Moreno, Pcnsacoia, Fls. t,*r8eatltt. .U4bufyboid ...
. Sune. FOR SAL&-One lot of fine ehow rooQt I. 14e T- -- -
orida. FOR SALE.--S oda fountain, stock or cases, e ially apt dor lto MON. .UAN.i) oRn ,good re w. ,0..i nl D.nctym e D IRCO TO R Y
confectionei it s and c('ars, located li ery purposes or for drug store, e i's 1 e,1, i,*+DvU, V
Son Palafox street. Can be had at bar- ..1 .One lote o .co.snor and fine .LOsU tGo Iser sa a a -
fain if purchased at on-e. Apply Es. French plate glass mirrors. 33. L. --sle eTAD C OU -N.C......... ... A...OU.IL.
. .NTED n h. ambi a Realty C. ^ p. ,-Reesq, 118 South Pa'atox. 2sep ___ 0. PATTILLO CAMIaLL, tNThRAL TIIADE COUNC.L.
.. -FOR SALE.-Nice new otta .- (4 lO W AL--t a a amerIa l tu.a MONEY LOANED on ait. knda at pe,.' A ThOetdW o Wt S" anet 1I L
.RSALE.,.--, .. ...o 4 R....... .Attorne,.Law. body on the first and t hird u .
man in each, rooms and hall) between Pala-ax store, stock uad cats.cC4, 1at SOt- propt rty on 1uoQrt notice. I Thle,. Bulrig .days of *&elk a: A
ept 13 per hundred. Good for wrappg 3o t be duplicated. A. V lua se N J. W. Bur cntars om PALA40 OX AND ROMANA. P cof t u . t

v paper and to put under mattlg. All PLUTO PLUT! k t Ot &es are requested to be p
teacher for clean and Balen streets Journal oe. eep your system la nt B
lar' $1 ek, near Sauders Mill; easy terms. Ap- Fou -- Chno eS on tp. Shn ala P 5 t -e .S T
Fa.: honst a Ne sro Jry hW. West at Saunders Mill. of te ridge ead of t. elect no THOSP. PALAFE w1 t, l
Co.al than exp Jas. McHugh, Prop. ag 0 way, ween ,h and th t ...U -.. t.OND 10,AW. REAL ESTAT. LOANS AND SOl ra o
) 6 daily We SALE.-Old papers with you i10cen.P s Na ure h-s favors Pbis set. l Wt eR aiR kids t Rta All pro;orty COLLerCTION
tSept 13-16 p -r hundred. Good fbr wrapping cannot be dupl.cated. A. V. Cluhb ta j.,ee(-a -,te8 .....bubee UDwo o n j1,g PALAFOX AND ROMANA. Penacoa L4gN Io.. S. oI at
d most perf paper and to put und r still intend. Alto stUTOi Py UT0! For tla. S 41 P ON 5 US eve oday eveig t :
teacd her for clean and nicrve yourna offwith thce. Keep our n c ton Stn.. rd Clothysem in g Cnoni td t ? a -.l o tl. p0 5oil, 5l m
Eclusvae te- of groceries at lowest and you need not fear Any T a e a a
Address Prof. use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"epluto, the great stomach heale:. for F. .1ds street& Vising brethren to
Fla. usne "uphly. ew OrleansGrwey sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.1 WI .,P. A n3.4 6tw.ly welco=0
o, Seneca Mo ket prices. New Orleans Grocery MHAP 4 L to $ la aount oy ATTORNdCultAT-LAW. *J. H. Br'oN. t ( OM
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 FO Icug. a Hrm $MO O '. and up t 7 and 8 R. B East ThoeRn3tw Ve PhWn a Oa 1.a


Lk $6 daily selI OW GINSENGW t e P ta. lorit 3 blocks from PA om. lotd92o&t9llat'A1see ulrityar tt. t we r ate of. *abou1.Waso



sko $6 Idtly s l- dw-e-h a r -b Rowth ae you inrP0dga.eo- -)] -olG^ou a, "%ia t 1c ,. n. Cin s an aW E L S H & S MwIT PH, S ^ ^' *
d most perfect a s aince 1874, and still Intend to stay 9o OC le, Fro Paaclar wt y rel st. ea t i wl unredeee o .. t a
vented. kitetai! with you and serve you with the best qui e .Standord Clothing Ctlaso t-I nearest.. GElREaDns Inreirea me m
sscpusve tersaw- of groceries at lowest.ck ar- 2911I i iser BuJldan, 4 I ..o th Pal-
o., Senecar Mo. ket prices. New Orleans Groceret, by sMy tree.e AS A PRVENTIo n, in amounts otry Lwl ATTORNn Y-AT-LrAW.eet K6 of


J. J. McCa O.- 137% feet on y Vw McHughProp a; a lso Maarial and Chin Cure. t ure PHONE 52. etn *
ept th hal of block 2, fronting 400 p old ENT.-rkhiFurnise herd room, out- to a cured. It aood upto an C.atnd Thm Klshtas of Col"
eet GROW GINS 14th NG. feet on Bafits. Florida, o. isrc3. Al_.%, someto ood er regulator. You need it atre ld z:t t-l- .;
who canfor w Room in your View Park thaoots for sale. ptlw* dru,gists, or at Lewis & Co., at f all OWE LSH aSM ITH, tree o
Mrs. J. NVe. b rte today or literature. Bucking- regstered and transferred. Carl Set- mgglpE4dSa&u sp
enam'sGinseng Garden, Zanesviile, o terlind Ch yvpley aI. ly, ,NTAntmy Tda ~,
.1 cI. daugI3mos. ho b 9Mosno s of lRet&L ot ec der besp onsb '. h ILLIS hD. D I. LO d 4
nss cypress saw- F SALe-South h1 a'f block 211,t rHRoadGoulng. HOMEOPAT R
lln,,r Power fronting 400 feet on 1.3th street., bj go rd and Rooms. Ie ASA PF-VENTIVE t,.ry Lewis' ,-nti-I tee. KnighPs o oolumbs
J. J. McCas- 137% feet on Bay Vilew Park; also .: la'arlal and Chill Cure. It cures, PHONE 526. meetin4 o f l
10septet south half of block 2f,, fronting 400 FIOR ItENT.-Furnished rooms out- to slay cured. It is a good tocie. a ..aKghts of Columm
feet on 14th St., by l37i. feet on Bay side of infected district. Apply to good liver regulator. You need it at aR. JNO TLL R, e d at tep
ke.s for wels ing Bay V'iew Park that Js now for ]2septlw ;druggists. or at Lewis & Co., aiaUstle etastreet. oil q
serences address We. The beautiful view down the GovernDIent street. Price, 50c. Modayevenit
Corps Building,iobstructed. A. V. Clubby. 30ily rooms for rent with or without board vitatlq& is gates"
.ol, England FOR SAI-E-My-residence on 1-a.t directly on water front, suitable for My wife havtln' tef y bed and aS.! to viuitiag Knights.
light hOUSek99eing. Apply Mrs. ROE. board, I am so longer responsible forL
Hill, either Including whole block incurred by her. Vaul L.0.P ILLllqY, .D. ,OL JON1
1 o of twenty lots 40xI37 1-2 feet each or 9sept. Peters,-Hard Road, Goulding. HOEOPATS.DM. OX, Grand il
- m an to.m aI- ; .., ., t f fc vo Af.iv1lt 9septrOf.i cert N o .74t t IL Pw .I.,u, R eoordM.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, W-: "3D ," MO :. : -; SEPTEMBER


a Dm1. V north for aIE OF


The




Mule


The mule is an ass. He
has a very hard h,.ad.
He thinks the size of hi;
voice makes the s.ze of


IND


JOUiRN, BASEBALL
OU,, ,,h September 12

By Associated Press.
F American League.
Boston-Washington, rain.
S |Philaalelphia 4, New York 3, (first
game.)
Philadelphia 4, New York 7, (second
Chicago-St. LOUis rain.
Detroit 4, Cleveland 3.


Ben. H. Thomas Visiting Friends
and Gathering Informa-
tion There.


an argument The Columbus, Ind.. Re;)uil.ican o
recent dae says: Ben. H. Thomas. o
Some deale-s "brag" the editorial staff of The Jo.:rnal ol
a great deal about 'cheap" Per..acoia, Florida. who has been iI
prices. Columbus several days. gat:eri-.
dafa for an article for his paper, wil
It's the noise of value leave for the south this evening
at the "Old Reliable," Tweny-two years ago Mir. Thorma
not the noise of words who is a nephew of Riichard Thomas
t n s was a Columnbus school l bov, and rc
tba, convinces. There's (alls with pleasure the names of sen
always full value and a -ral who were at that ti-e in ih,
dollar's worth for a dol- schools. From here he went to Ch:
lar here. cago and later to the sou:h and final
1ly looted in Fiorida. His prinei;pal
Subject in making a tour of Indiana a
this time is to gather infirma'io~
a a relative to interurban line;, with
SWreference to their construeiiion. opera
Jo n W h t *tion. utility, and th. ,r uief!lness as a
Sactor in building tip ihe territory
d ter tO Men ad through which they opera-e. He also
0g7 S Phers Information about .tri'et pa,
20520 S. fox ,ing, &n,v kindred subjects All these(
225. are woven into a story for his paper
the object being to encourage liki
Investments and improve oen's in th'
g 'south and especially in Pensacola. He
S1 much impressed with the Indianap-
o PA lis, Columbus & Southern Traction
E ACnoipanys line from here to the cap
1ital city, and has been over the mos
O.wASSICAL iSCHOOLof the other traction lines centering
in Indianapolis and in the construe
I tion and operation of all of them he
MNION OF EDUCATORS AS TO' has found much good material for
his purpose. He is also impressed
ITS WORK. with the northern idea of giving
bontmes for the location of factories
and will exploit that feature of north
pt. Walter Miller, prferof ern thrift in a special article in his
te ' Paper, and in so doing will likely tell
i- S Taiue Univers. y, after o: the successful effort to raise $1t,.
i lIlang the cleasicJl school, wrote 000 In stock subscriptions to bring
SWllowing nsolicitel opinion to a the Janney Manufacturing plant from
tdedt and colleague: 0 Ottunwa, Iowa, to this city.
"1The Pensacola Clas cal School is! Mr. Thomas says that northern pro-
4gita a Lplmndid work fOr the cause of pressiveness and capital are doing
ustea meduaation. It le established much to develop tlhe natural resources
q broad princlpipl it cherishes the :o that section of the country.
= Weals of scholartmblp; it main-
t a hbgh standard of excellence; NOTICE.
Mi by the best modern methods and B. L. Gladden has been employeJ
alplimemt i. secures thoroughaess of as collector by us and his receipts w,!;
Strailag cotr.parable with that afforded be recognized by us.
Sby the great fitting schools of the THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
o"at. To my mind the Pensacola
CWseloa School is one of the very! HARD QUESTIONS.
best secondary schools of the south."
Dr. Venable. president of the Uni- qwer ses tple, t Tyow May
v"tety of North Carolina, writes: "i't Flmd the As wem Elunive.
't.- me' pse r.-e to testify to th "How many holes are there in a
tJlwoughness of tbc preparation )? laced boot of the ordinary type? Do
th1e students who have come from
yo!- school to the university. We you know how many there are in the
should be gla,, to have more of the pair you are wearing? That is another
&%wme t pe question--and It Is a little ambiguous.
Dr. Geo. Petrie. professor of Latin for the average man's ordinary laced
*nd History in the Alabama Polytech- boots are generally given away by his
ric Institute. writes: "I consider the wife before he has had time to count
Pensacola Classica' School one of the the holes. "Which of the feet of a
best fitting schools in this section of borse touth the ground in trotting?"
the south. I can confidently endorse asks the examiner. You may imagine
the th manlorouhy at of s ork and the e whole class raising arms and shout-
vades t~he institution. Ing. "Al of 'em"
For further information or cats- Any one man may tog another with
logue of the school address. Ignorance, for our knowledge is in
H. CLAY ARMSTRONIG. patches. Is it worth your while, sup-
Principal. posing you have any business to cnrry


UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.
1imbracing the following subjects:
I. Language and Literature-A four-
myr course leading to the degree of
bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re
quired. but is offered as an elective
throughout the course.
II. General Science-Divided into
three courees. 1. Chemical cou we.
Mtathema ca course, Natural Historv
eouse. No C-rek and only entrance
atia is requir.-d in these couss. A:i
iftr-year course*.
* RI. Agricultun-FPour-year and two-
war courses
IV. Elnginepr.nr-Prour-year course
r Mechanical. C'i; sand Ele'ctrica
,1agineerinx. also a two-year course.
ta Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is
requiredd in III. or IV Th< full court
gder II.. Ill ani IV ',ad to trie ->-
gree of Bach' o- of Sc:ence. the sh.,:
ieurse u. a C<':'fi(ate of Proficien,'y.
V. Pharn-a, --A fu': -,wo-.,.ar tourse
so be beu:' ;:, Sp:embtr S*i,.
VI. Norn.a --T.,re e ,urses for
teschrs. A on. ear cour-se i:a.ine t,,
a ce-tifi'a''. A "c.'vyead curse lead
m to an I. I );nma' A four-yea-
amrse '-.alir 'o ::;e ,'gre, o: IBaAh
lor of P.-<>
An a:rnpl- c )-p of co(mpetrnt ach-
e A hArl',: -. al': .-Epenses in
eludine l.oa'-d. $120 to 5$: per yove
Pat:; -'". ', :, S pte .bcr 27, 1905
Gen. o; Cw''i;
AN_ KIirW SI.EDD Pre~i e(,.
tpake C.>. .F;rlda


NEXT SUNDAY


through, to ascertain how many V's
there are on a clock face? Do you
want to know how many ribs there are
In the cover of your umbrella? This is
the umbrella maker's business. You
wnnt only to find the time of day and
avoid the ruin. "Thousand words,"
says an editor to the amateur writer,
who may be an umbrella maker. It
happens many times a day. The ama-
teur never knows what exertion and
what space this means. But the jour-
nalist knows exactly the amount of
gray matter, black Ink and white pa-
Ier the demand Implies. How many
wnrds are there in this paragraph?
Now-quick!

THE JAPANESE GIRL.
She s Geutlemrees Itself. With ma
Air of Deainty Modcety.
There were not many Japanese wom-
en at the party, which made me won-
d,'r. considering the fact that there
were hundreds of men present, but
perhaps the absence of the many might
be explained by the uncomfortable
and self conscious air of the few who
were there in most unaccustomed for-
elgi finery. Not that they wore it so
badly. Not at all. That Is a fiction of
the foreign woman who is pleasantly
blinded to the imperfections of her
own kind.
Of course there are no Japanese
girls with Gibsou figures of lissoin
grace and Fifth avenue strides of
splendid free!.m, but the same thing
EIry Lt4 said of m.9any other women in
n any other climes. Everholy cannot
be an Amerinn girl, you know. and I
declare I think tie Japaunee girl runs
some of her European sisters a very
close se.'ond in her ability to wear un-
grncefu! clotlhe as gracefully as pI s-
Fiilde wIth very limi'dn assistance from
lMother Nature. All J.lpanese waist
lines run up in front and all Jnpanese
girls are "pigean to'i." but all JaTpa-
nose girls ere gentlcress itself nnd
their dtinty iModesty serves to conceal
a multitude of peculiarities.-Le Ce's
Weekly.


&


SHERLOCK HOLMES.
q The Greatest Detectve of Fiction.


CREW NOTICE.
Ne'he" ,the Captain, own-
rt. !4,'" .'n i hnee-e of th"
Il-t'is'i S S. Verhina wi.
bie re;spon -ble- for d,,bts ccon-
trac( i, ''v- the crew of sa'l


GEO MANN. Capt.
i:YER BROS., Consigucee.


National League.
New York 3, Brooklyn 2, (first
game.)
New York 5, Brooklyn 5, (second
game.)
St. Louis 2. Pit:sburg 8, (first
game.)


f 8t. Iouis 2, Pittsburg 1, (second
f game.)
Southern League.
; Shreve ort 3. Atlanta 1, (first game.)
'Shrevexort G. Atlanta 2, (second
game. I
Nr'asiville 3. Memphis 4, (first
pame-.
Nashville 3. Memphis 5, (second
ame.
Montgomerv 1. Little Rock 0.
Birmingham 2. New Orleans 1.
South Atlantic League.
Jacksonvilio 0. Macon 2.
Columbia :. Charleston 2.
Savannah 5. Augus'a 2.



GIRL ARRESTED


ON SERIOUS



CHARGE


6 for5
stands for six bot ts

Old Hickory Whiskey
FOR $5.00 CASH.
4 for $3.20
stands for four bottles
HY-LO WHISKEY
delivered prepaid to any part of West
Florida.
THE COLDEST BEER-PABST-ON
DRAUGHT.
Anything in the Whiskey and Wine
line in stock at prices to
suit everybody.


Morris Dannheisser
12 West Zarragossa Street.
N. B.-I am in no way connected1
with the firm of Danuheisser Bros.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO


ei chants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Thor:.n, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION G'VEN TC
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. 0. CGX. 67,.


TURPENTINE STILLS.,
McMillan Bros. Co.
Manufacturers,
MOBILE, ALABAMA.


MARKETS
Naval Storeg Market


Arrived.
Goodwood. Br s. Boag, 1977, Faval.
ClIared.
Ludovica. Aust ss, Cherulun. 12273,
for Genoa, Venice and Trie.te, witI
300,000 ft sa.-'! timber. 250.000 s t
lumber. I.1I squar .'i-n!es cotton.
t 1.45 bb:s rosin. 15..000 pes ,ak 2
staves.
PoI ,n. Nor hk. G'lndl-s-on. 307,
for Falmoulth, with mer"-handlse iaI
transit.
Lucia, A'.-t ?s. Martino'ich. for
Venice. with addl '.onal cargo of 1,201)
bbls rosin.


Sailed.
Lucia. Aust s-, :" r V ,e.
Am-,nel, D:utch s.s, for lIo-ario.
VESSELS IN ,ORT.
Steam 1ipe. .
Brookwood, Br ss, Brt'wn, 19S7. Sa
vannah to the Win. S. Keyser Co.
Craigellanchee, Br ss, 2267, l1o.-'on
lo order.
Dulcle, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Farn
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span ss. Oa'nacchea, 16911,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
Hesleyside, Br. as, lBe:lbngton, 16S7.
St. Vincent. '
Ida. Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove. Br ss, McLcnnan.
1938, Newcastle on Tyne to mase'-.
Lucia, Aust ss, Marino i 1437,.
T i esrT to or'l r.
Maristone Br ss. Prout, 25)13. Nor-
folk ;o order.
Br. ss Ma:iner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Penzscola, Am ss. O'Lnary, 1086,
New Orleans to Ci'lf Transit Co.
Simonside. Pr s. Rlobson, 1958,
Snderland to J. A. M ,rritt & Co.
Trident, Br ss. Innes. 2036, Cardiff
Ships.
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
Tp 'nt AMnqttr


Savannah, Ga.. Sept. 12.-The naval! ,r, ou iast.
stores uaarket closed to-day as fol- Bar:-...
A Postmistress f lows: Bolgen, Nor. bk. Gunderson, 3V,
Assistant Postmistress of Prichi- WW.... .. .. .. ..........5 45 I.aguna to order.
,WG .. .. ...... ............5 00 Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, *
ard, Ala., Alleged to Have N............ ........4 55 Cork to master.
M ......... ........... ....4 50 Garibaldi, Ital hk, Ageno, 1348,!
Tamered With Mail K.... .. ...... .. .........4 40 Gloucester to oric:-.
I. .... .. .. .. ..............4 35 Huason, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771. Lon-
H.. .. .. .. . .... .. .... 4 35 don to order.
The Mobile Herald of Tuesday, G.. .. ................4 30 Santa Barbara, Port hk. Carrela,
says: F .......... ..........4 o!0 33. Oporto to iI. Baars & Co.
Miss Della Williams, 17 years of E ........... ... .............4 10 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
age, a handsome young woman and as- D.. ................ 3 75 Rotterdam.
sistant postmaster at Pritchard, and C.. ..... .............3 45 achoonars.
a daughter of Postmaster 0. R. Wil- Spirits Turpentine, 62% cents. Donna Christina Am sch, Axelsen
liams of the little suburban city, was --na, Am
arrested Saturday night by Deputy' THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS, 5. Belize to ma.ster.
United States Marshal Gates. M!as 113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE lris, An sch, Wilkiec, 310 Havana
Williams was placed under arrest on ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND INa, s, vana.ne 2 Ha
a warrant sworn out by Postotflee In- CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA- viJalmar. Am sch. Axc'v.n, 51. Key
spector Thiele. charging her with ir- TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP. to Gulf Transt Co. Key
regularities In the postoffice, she hav-y HORSESHOEING RTLIABLY DONE. es. t Gulf Transit Co. ,
ing. according to alleged charges, c. to Ma Snoter.e, 333,Glo-
tampered with mail matter. VARITIES OF IVO c to Master.
When arrested Miss Williams was' VARIETIES OF IV Y.
at her father's home at Prichard. She The Best Comes Frolm the Elephants Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
came to the city with the deputy; of East 'Afric'. Foley & Co., Chia:rco. originate !
'without objection. She was late:.- Ivor s, strcn, otaine one and Tar as a thr)a and ain a
placed under $150 bond, but owing to' Ivory Is, strict tdLng, obtained rcenedy, and on accounts oif ihe gre-i,
the lateness of the hour she was un- only from the tumks of the e:ephaut. the merit and popularity of Foley's Hon-
able to make it. and instead of taking finest of which come from the east ey and Tar many imitations are of
the young woman to jail Deputy Gates coast of Africa. Thils hard, heavy, fercd for the genuine. These worth-'
permitcel her i, go to the Southern fine grained green Qo guihic ,ivory is less imitations have. s i;!.;r somndlnz'
hotel, where she was kept under sur- esteemed for its tra#fparency and be- names. Bewa'-e of t:'.:n. The gen
veillance. Deputy Gates reported n!is cnue Its light yellower pale blood tint, uine Foley's Honey and Tar ln in a
action (o Mar.-hal Deans, who ap- unlike the whiteness of other kinds yellow package. Ask for it and r"-
proved it. which becomes yellow, bleaches with fuse any smubstitut,.. It is t!he b'e)-'
Yes;.?:day morning Miss Williams age. The different species of African remedy for coughs an I c.'dls. W. .
made a bond and was released until elephant supply alm-ot all the Ivory D'Aiemberre, Druggist a,l Apothevary
this morning when she was to appear used i Europe. It quantity is nor-
in the office of the inspector. Afterut IAow rates at Soit:horn I (el to:-
several hours "'s eating" by the In- mous. One London firm sells 10.000 rooms and board.
spector Miss Williams was taken be- tusks yearly in billiard balls. Under
fore Commissioner Dunlap. She im- so heavy a drain the supply must fail, -
mediately waived examination and but to fall back upon are remarkable
was sent to the United States circuit deposits of mammoth tusks whilh have Legal Adiverllsementsi .
court unde:- $100 bond. which was accumulated on the rivers discharging
furnishe.i. Into the Arctic ocean. Notice of Application f 'r Permit to
Miss Williams, who came from Cof- Since man begap to express himself Sell Liquors. Wine.i n In1-er. \VWhe--
feeville five years ago, has been a in art he has made use of ivory. Here. as. D. W. Nims andi V. W. Nims. part-
resident of Prichard and assistant t) however, the term has a wider nppli- ners trading, and doing business under
her father about a year and a half. catio It covers the teeth of the bl- the firm name of D. W. Nims & on,
She is charged with having opened a cao. It coeruthe teet of the l- have ,lIed wivh thri,, board of ('Cunty
letter add.e.sed to another person. popotamus, the long tusks of the wal- Commissioners f,:- E-canmbia county,
The arrest of the young woman rus and even the single tooth of the Florida, their applica-ion fo:- permit-
created quite a sensation in the little nnrwhale. Under the description of to sell liquors, wines and f'err in
settlement, especially among her ivories comes carving In polished stag's Election District 12, "f said .county
friends. horn and in bone. The most remark- and star,; any citizen of such elec-
able of prehistoric Ivories Is the repre- tion district may sh w cause, if an:.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for sentation of a head and shoulder of an there be. at the meeting of the bh 1ard
rooms and board. Ibex carved In reindeer horn, which Is to be held on Tue-day, the 10th (!'d,
done with so much science and obser- of October next why such permit
Svntion, though the work of a cave should not be grand. A.. M. McMil. -
dweller of Dordogne, that naturalists lan. Cl-:-k of the Board, of County
are able to assign it to the ibex of the Commissioners, Es..abia county, "
Alps rather than that of the Pyrenees. Florida Sepr13oaww w
most perfect elephant tusks, not neces- Sell liqor. Wins and Beer. Who e-
T sarly the largest, for the best and as W. I,. Gilimcre has ned with the '
most cosfly are made from teeth scarce- Board of County Commissioners fo.:
SUIT CASES, ly larger than the balls themselves in Escambia county. Florida, his appli -
diameter and known as ball teeth. cation for permit to sell liquors, wines
For the comfort and con ,Some of the balls turned from even and beer in Elec,!irn District No. 1:1
venience of your lour. these are better than others. They are of said county and state; any citizen 5
ney whether it be by of higher grade the nearer they are of such elec-*on dis'rlct may show c
land or water, we have a to the termination of the nerve which ue, f any therI le. a the meeting
variety of such requisites runs through the tusk, and the smaller of the board to be held on Tuesday,
a. Trunks, Suit Caes, this is, as may be observed In thesuh pe rt should not begrantetw.
e'c. block speck to be seen on a ball, the A. M. McMillan. Clerk of the Board -
better the quality. of County Commissioners, Escambia U
Fossil or blue Ivory is sometimes county, Florida. Septl3oaw4w
LES TO found in commerce and I1 used occa-
slonally in the manufacture of Jew- ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
PAY FOR THEM elry. It is evidently from the tusks Estate of Mark John White, Deceased:
rI Fr O RTH MI of antediluvian mammoths buried in Creditors. legatees. distributes and
the earth for thousands of years, dur- i all persona having claims or demands
here 'han at most stores, Ing which time they have become 'against the estate of MarA John White.
and longer service, be- slowly penetrated with metallic salts, deceased. of Pensacola. Florida, are
cause heree the best which have given them a peculiar blue required to present same to the under-
qualiry goods that can be color, allowing them to be used as tur- signed within two years from this
made. quolses.-Chicago News. date or same will bH barred.
MARY ANN WHITE,
Notice, Contractors and Builders Administratrix of Estate of Mark John
Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00. Bids will be received for the erec- Wh'te. Deceased. I
Ca.l ... *5 M= I tion of a three story brick building on July 26, A. D. 1"05. 26jlyoaw8w


the S. E. corner of Guillamarde and La,
Rue streets, city for Florida Lodge
No. 2491, and Escambla Lodge No.
3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the of-(
fice of C. H. Alston's, 12 W. Romans
street. All bids must be in not laterI
then 6 o'clock p. m. on September 18.
11905. The committee reserves the,
right to reject any and all bids. lds.s
must be left at the office of C. H. Als-
ton's. Plans and specifications must
,not be moved from said office.
STEPHgN WILLIAMS,
R. T. THOMAS. Secretary.
1 septtChairman.
18septl0t. {


NOTICE.
At a conference of the members cf'
the advisory board of the Pensacola;
Classical School who remain in the,
city, Messrs. F. C. Brent. C. F. Zeek,
H. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn, A. M.
Avery, W. A. D'Alemberte, Walker
Anderson and Dr. Louis deM. Block-r,
it has been deemed advisable to post-:
pone the date of opening the coming
session of the school from September
s1 to October 2, if conditions in the,
city are such as to justify an opening
'"y that date.
H. CLAY ARMSTrONG,
PrincipalI


EYESIGHT AND MINDSMOH7.
Te-re's a vast difference between physical and mental blindness.
Some pe.ple who can see with their eyes cannot see with their mlld
while those unfortunately that have lost their eyesight often possess
abnormal mental perception. One sign of mental blindness is exhib-
i'te by the husband or father who refuses or neglects to insure his
life. The uncertainty of life and the insecurity of o!d age make it
apparent to all but the wilfully blind that protection is necessary.
The best protection is an Equ:table endowment policy.

Insurance, alles Bros Gen'l Agts
Fire. Life. IoW I* Pensacola





SThe Union Central LifeI


has a lower death rate. lower expense rate. and higher
Interest rate than any company dong business in Florida.
it should be easy for you to decide the ret.

B. S. Williams, General Agent.


Iron Works and Supply Co. C
;: Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
- FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
f STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
SPrcompt attention g;,en to a:l orders- day or night. Agents
: for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also *^
Chars of all d-scriptions.
1 Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phore 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
s %%%tZZt:3ftl% _ .q


Wanted-


Real


Estate !


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escai biah


Phone 1052.


Realty


Cob


fisher Building.


cwner :"o~ur
ICE, COAL and WOOD
fiem the
Consumers' ioe and Fuel Company.
Offi e-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 29.


I 11ill llfllilllllll l ll llli-: 1 1lltlfIUlllIlIH t-itl.l.!!! II; iH-llIl l -llilli l IISM I

IF YOU DO YOUR COOKING ON A


GAS RANGE
I ,--- -^OMM 1 I


you have better mea;s, lIs3 trouble, greater
and

SAVE HOUSEHOLD EXPENSE.


convenience,


Ask us about the matter.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Street,


Phone 148.


T,.u i tll it tifill il idllllillll llliufillllll I;llillil i 1 n! 11itifulilfl 11i1it{11




Don't Gamble
when it comes to insurance.
. ... Quit taking the ri.k yourself.
Turn it over to us and

jHave a Good

-. Policy Wfiten Up.
1 *,i- .. It's safer and- costs but little.
If in doubt ask others wvio
know ant hav-e had experience
'" Investigation will prove we're
- right. We take .ne risk ani
fA i thta ends your worry. Insure
1 .. .now. Delays are dangerous


McDAVID-HYER COMPANY,
AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE 700,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


STAFF


tuiS vCases, *$to t o $.00.
Telescopes, 50 cents to $1.25.




H. 0. ANSON,
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.


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